Protecting My Family

“I think protecting your family and giving to them is so important.
It’s the most important achievement.”
 Natalia Vodianova

If something happened to you today would you and your family be protected?  Insurance is a very misunderstood investment strategy.  When you want to protect yourself and your family financially from the consequences arising from an unfortunate incident, a disability, an illness or death, insurance is a key component in your financial plan.

What can insurance do for you?

It can protect your high valued assets.

It can protect your property and possessions against a disaster.

It can protect you when you travel.

It can protect you if you face legal issues.

If you suffer a disability, it can provide you with an income flow.

If you become ill, it can finance lifesaving treatments and medication costs and give you financial peace of mind while you recover.

If you can no longer look after yourself, it can provide you with the financial aid to hire the assistance you need to care for you.

If you pass away it helps with estate costs. It can provide your loved ones with the money needed to cover final expenses, capital gains from transfer of assets, and money needed to support your loved ones’ living expenses.

What is important to you should be protected.

Products or services related to investments, investment recommendations, financial planning, retirement planning, and investment reviews are provided through our mutual fund dealer Security Financial Services and Investment Corp.   4665 Yonge Street, Suite 309, Toronto, ON  M2N 0B4  t 416.964.0440
Insurance sales are not conducted through Security Financial nor are they the business of Security Financial.
Insurance sales are conducted through Qualified Financial Services (QFS), a Managing General Agency.

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