Should government scrap seniors’ discounts?
With half a million baby boomers turning 65 every year in Canada, the government could look at cutting seniors' price breaks.
New this month from Sun Life Financial
A look at Canada’s emerging Filipino market
In the financial services industry, baby boomers and the echo generation represent significant markets. But there’s another group that warrants attention. Our second article in this series explores the Filipino market.
Long-term care reality check: Costs, coverage and when to talk with clients
Part 3 of this series about self-insuring and health insurance options sheds light on long-term care costs and the need to talk with clients about their coverage options now.
Reduce your clients’ stress to contribute to their mental and financial well-being
When we’re mentally healthy, we have the potential to cope with the normal stress of everyday life. But if our mental health is compromised, small challenges can seem monumental.
Who pays for health care?
Too many Canadians are underestimating out-of-pocket health costs. Health events are a fact of life but resisting that reality could lead to a stack of unexpected medical bills.
7 ideas for better conversations with affluent clients
Rocco Taglioni, SVP, Sun Life Financial, highlights key insurance conversations advisors can have with affluent clients.