Let's Talk Retirement

 

How do you imagine spending your retirement? Is it travelling the world? Lunch with old friends? An evening beach-side stroll? Spending your day with a round of golf? Well, this is the easy part of retirement planning. The hard part is knowing exactly how much money you’ll need, for the life your future self wants. 

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Make A Resolution You Can Keep

 

We’re still at the beginning of the year! Let’s start our year off right by ensuring that we are fully protected. Since 2020, we see that it’s impossible to plan for everything life throws at us. However, what we can do, is take the necessary steps to minimize the potential risks we may face. Our families and loved ones are worth taking the extra step for. So, how can we get ahead in 2022? Make a resolution you can keep in 2022!

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New Year, Better You!

 

How many of us are hesitant to claim 2022 as our year? We get it! The last two years have been difficult for many and uncertain for all of us. As you strive to get back on track, what kind of short term and long-term goals do you have? What cracks have been revealed in your life with the unpredictability of 2020 and 2021? What are you now considering that you haven’t before? What do you need to tighten up on? 

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Give the Gift of Life!

 

The holiday season is a time of giving and spending time with family. As the season comes to an end –  especially in such unpredictable times – many of us have started to think of ways we can express our love for our family in non-traditional ways.  

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6 Good Habits For A Safe Holiday

 

Christmas is a magical and beautiful time of the year. For the children, they can enjoy the lights, decorations and celebrations. But sometimes, bad habits can cause unfortunate events like loss of property and accidents. Here are six good habits that can protect you and your family during the holidays. 

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Movember To Remember

 

November is the month for men’s health! Also known as Movember, this month is recognised to bring awareness to men and their health. Although prostate cancer is usually the main focus, the month also is used to highlight testicular cancer as well as mental health and suicide prevention. With early detection, the cure rate for prostate cancer is almost 99 percent. But that number drops significantly in more aggressive cancers or once it has spread. If you’ve missed the health tips and on our social media pages all month long, here are a few to catch up on. 

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