Thanks to a great newsletter from our colleagues at ExamOne for this: Do’s and Don’ts
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle not only helps you live better but it also helps you qualify for cheaper insurance rates for life and critical illness. I recieved an email blast with some tips for working out in spite of a busy schedule: Work out at work: Did you know that more than 15 million Canadians […]
The information below is directly taken from http://www.ingletravel.com/en/info/influenza.asp as a way of getting information out to you regarding this potential pandemic. When travelling, it is important to always consider your travel insurance policy – do you have one with your credit card or your auto club? What does it cover? It is really cheap? You had […]
Owning a franchise is the dream on many entrepreneurs – you have access to a brand name that is recognized for quality and service. to quote the Toronto Franchise Show Press Release from Jan 2009 – “In a recent survey, over 1.3 million Canadians hate their jobs”, states Fred Cox, President of National Event Management. […]
The Ontario Assistive Devices Program is a program that you should know about. This program can provide up to 75% of the cost of an assistive device needed for long term disabilities. In order to be eligible, you have to have a valid Ontario Health Benefits card (in your name) and have been disabled for […]
As a self-employed individual, you face the choice of saving up money for the occasional dental visit and/or prescriptions, but did you know that those benefits are actually costing more money that you think?