Insurance Articles & Resources

7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Travel Insurance

March 4, 2015

March Break is one of the busiest times of the year for Canadian airports. To put it in perspective, Toronto’s Pearson Airport expected almost 225,000 passengers during the …

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5 Personal Finance Blogs To Follow If You’re Trying To Get Out Of Debt

February 27, 2015

There’s no getting around it: debt sucks. It can be an all-encompassing battle that weighs not only on the health of your bank account, but on your mental …

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Do You Need Mortgage Protection Insurance?

February 24, 2015

Like most Canadians, the family home is a big part of your financial net worth. But, in the early days at least, a big mortgage means it’s often …

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Top 10 Tips For Cheaper Car Insurance

February 20, 2015

Every ComparaSaver knows that comparing car insurance quotes can save you money (about $670 by our estimation), but you could save even more if you layer in these …

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Engaged This Valentine’s Day? How To Insure Your Engagement Ring

February 17, 2015

Did your honey slip some diamonds in your Valentine this year? Then now’s the time to start thinking about insuring your engagement ring. Benefits of insuring your engagement …

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7 everyday habits that are hurting your bank account

7 Everyday Habits That Are Hurting Your Bank Account

February 9, 2015

They say it takes 21 days to break a habit, but what if you weren’t even aware you had these bad habits in the first place? What if …

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Cure Your Holiday Hangover: 5 Tips To Pay Down Debt

January 26, 2015

Now is about the time all those holiday bills start pouring in. If opening your mail is giving you post-spending anxiety, then it’s time to come up with …

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10 Ways To Travel With Your Family On A Budget This Winter

January 22, 2015

If you’re still feeling the post-holiday pinch, then a trip may not seem like it’s in your future. Thankfully, that doesn’t have to be the case. The following …

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Quit Smoking and Start Saving On Travel, Home and Life Insurance

January 19, 2015

If you want your high insurance premiums to go up in smoke, kicking the habit could be your solution because smokers typically pay more for the same insurance …

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13 Tips For Driving At Night

January 12, 2015

Driving at night is one of the most dangerous things you can do, statistically speaking. Even though there are fewer vehicles on the road at night, there is …

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Ten Most Stolen Vehicles In Canada

January 8, 2015

The hot wheels that thieves target Your car insurance rate is determined, in part, by the likelihood that it will be stolen. The more likely a thief is …

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Credit vs Debit – Making the Right Choice This Holiday Season

December 9, 2014

It’s easy to rack up debt over the holiday season. You pick up one thing here, another thing there, some new decorations and entertainment supplies, a bottle of …

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Santa Isn’t the Only One Travelling this Holiday Season

December 5, 2014

Twenty-nine per cent of Canadians plan to travel this holiday season and another 29 per cent wish they could. The holidays are a busy time of year for …

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The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Safe Vehicle

December 4, 2014

According to Statistics Canada, Canadians spend an average of 23.7 minutes commuting by car to work each day, a number that easily adds up to almost 200 hours …

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Getting Divorced? Maybe It’s Time to Divorce Your Insurance Company As Well

November 6, 2014

When you divorce your spouse, it may be time to part ways with your insurance company as well. Your needs have changed, so it makes sense your insurance …

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