Private Reserve: The Life Insurance Policy For Both Today And Tomorrow

Private reserve: the life insurance policy for both today and tomorrow.

What is a private reserve? Apart from the source of your favourite bottle of wine, it’s actually a life insurance policy you should be taking advantage of today.

In the latest Street Smarts with Taayla video, I explain how a private reserve is a safe, hands-OFF way to have money work for you. Moreover, it’s wealth building, tax-free and specially designed to provide you with both cash-flow for now and a reliable nest egg for down the road. The best of both worlds; an asset for your future that you can access now.

This particular life insurance policy functions to create and preserve your estate, as well as provide tax-free distribution to named heirs and survivor benefits.

What are the ways in which a private reserve could benefit your lifestyle?

  1. Funding, in the case of an unexpected emergency
  2. Sizeable purchases, such as a home renovation or new vehicle
  3. An education fund for your children
  4. Debt consolidation
  5. Retirement costs such as supplemental health fees, housing, or day-to-day enjoyment
  6. Investments
  7. Cash flow to scale your business

Why haven’t you heard about it before? Probably because many insurance advisors aren’t trained in private reserve life policies!

How do you get started?

  1. Set up an investment grade life insurance policy.  This policy will protect the investment growth from being taxed
  2. Call me to learn about the process of designing a plan that would fit your lifestyle and financial goals perfectly

Learn how you can take advantage of an investment strategy that will provide you with complete accessibility and control over a pool of continuous growth for years to come.

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What is critical illness insurance

What is Critical Illness Insurance?

What is Critical Illness Insurance? It is a policy that helps you prepare for the unexpected. It also protects you from income loss in the case that you should suddenly fall ill with a critical illness. Some of these illnesses include – but are not limited to – cancer, heart attacks, strokes, MS, and Parkinson’s. Often times, this policy is regarded as “the cancer policy”, as cancer patients account for two out of three claims. Watch our latest Street Smarts video to learn about the best way to financially prepare for critical illnesses.

When is the best time to apply for Critical Illness Insurance?

Create security for your financial future with Critical Illness Insurance. The best time to apply for this insurance policy is when you are healthy, because this ensures you will qualify for the best coverage. Our latest Street Smarts video outlines this policy in greater detail.

What does Critical Illness Insurance cover?

Over 25 different critical illnesses are covered by our policy, coming into effect 30 to 90 days after you are diagnosed with a qualifying illness. Once this period has passed, you will receive a lump sum cheque of your benefit amount to cover the period of time when you are unable to work. Think of it as a financial cushion to assist with paying bills, additional unexpected medical fees, or even the cost of a vacation. Ultimately, our policy ensures that you have more choices in the instance that you do fall sick with a critical illness.

How do I get started with Critical Illness Insurance? Contact us today for help.

Don’t hesitate! Consider the benefits of Critical Illness Insurance today. Watch the video to gain more clarity about the policy. Contact us here, give us a call at 604-428-8765, or send us an email at, and we will do our best to help you prepare for the unexpected.

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