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Escaping the cold? Plan accordingly!

January 16, 2018 at 5:11 pm

SISIP Financial Does the cold weather have you planning a little escape – perhaps out west for some milder temperatures, or even south for some true warmth? If so, consider the benefits of travel insurance. You might think it’s just about recouping the costs for the inconvenience of lost luggage, missed flights and hotel bookings. But beyond these hassles, there are other situations that can be far more serious. You might fall ill from badRead More

SISIP term insurance offers exclusive benefits

January 16, 2018 at 5:08 pm

SISIP Financial SISIP Financial’s Term 100 Life Insurance (T100) provides additional benefits exclusively for serving and former Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members and their spouses, including the Living Benefit cash advance and the Waiver of Premium. While in most cases a life insurance benefit isn’t paid until after death, the Living Benefit cash advance can provide a portion of your benefit while you are still alive. If you are diagnosed with a terminal illness, withRead More

RRSPs: Are they for you?

January 9, 2018 at 2:40 pm

Joyce Sharp, Communications and Marketing Manager, SISIP Commercial Services Even if you have a Canadian Armed Forces pension plan, or belong to another pension plan, there are still many reasons to consider contributing to a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP). Besides the fact that it is an easy way to start saving, here are more reasons to contribute: 1. Building up that nest egg can supplement your retirement income; 2. Contributions are tax deductible 3.Read More

What’s your financial Plan B?

October 24, 2017 at 11:58 am

Diane Kennedy, Financial Planner, Comox Examining your current financial situation – making sure it is stable, that your goals are attainable and that your loved ones are protected – that is your Plan A. And while it will provide great peace of mind, it requires: • Budgeting (for your day to day expenses) • Living within your means (as much as possible) • A savings schedule for future goals (i.e. retirement, children’s education fund, etc.)Read More