INSURANCE . RETIREMENT . INVESTMENTS
Christmas is seen as the time of giving and purchasing a new home can be one of the best gifts you give to yourself and your family. It’s one of life’s biggest steps and like any major financial decision, you should take all the precautions to safeguard your investment.
Christmas is the time of the year when shopping reigns supreme, but if you are not careful you may end up spending more than you budgeted.
Learning to cope with critical illnesses can take a mental and emotional toll on both you and your loved ones, more so if these illnesses are terminal. These illnesses bring with them not only the high cost of medical bills, but feelings of sadness, hurt, frustration, fear and anxiety.
While it is great to protect yourself and have a safety net in the form of a Critical Illness Insurance Plan, simple preventative steps can be taken to help limit the likelihood of developing critical illnesses.
Anyone can apply for a Critical Illness Insurance Plan.
A critical illness plan works differently from a LifeCare or regular health insurance plan.
The inevitable happened and a hurricane made landfall, leading to considerable damage to property, contents or even both. Luckily you have invested in a sound Home and/or Contents Insurance Policy which covers this sort of problem.
What should you do next?
In last week’s piece, we talked about the different types of tropical weather conditions; tropical depressions, tropical storms and hurricanes. Tropical depressions, given the right conditions, can evolve into tropical storms, which can further evolve into full-fledged hurricanes.
In today’s piece we’ll be looking at the different types of tropical storms, their effects and what you should expect from each.
In today’s article, we have provided some Hurricane Recovery Tips to help you get back on your feet and get your life back on track.
Other countries within range of the Atlantic are taking this time to review their hurricane preparations and are placing more emphasis on reinforcing their homes and evacuation plans. Can your home withstand a Hurricane? In today’s article, we will be looking at ways you can hurricane-proof your house.
The Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados and Jamaica are located on the Caribbean Plate; an oceanic tectonic plate that resides underneath Central America and the Caribbean Sea. While not as frequently occurring as in other parts of the world, earthquakes are still very common.
Were you the victim of heavy rainfall that led to the flooding of your home? In this week’s article we will be discussing what you should do AFTER a flood.
Some instances of flooding can be extremely dangerous due to the volume and force of the flood waters, which are easily capable of sweeping away vehicles, home contents, destroying buildings and even people and livestock.
Today we would like to talk about the importance of knowing the details of your insurance policies during the Hurricane season.
Have you ever wondered what exactly happens when you drive through flood water?
We can take all the measures we humanly can to keep our homes and family safe, but should a hurricane prove to be too dangerous, evacuation is the only option left to safeguard your life and the lives of your loved ones.
You’ve already covered all of the basic preparations in terms of reinforcing your home and stocking up on emergency supplies, but there’s another thing you must do; prepare your child for a Hurricane.
The Caribbean Islands are home to avid boaters and companies that operate cargo and transport vessels and as we are one month into the Hurricane Season, we decided to write this blog entry with you in mind, with key tips on how you can safely secure your vessel and mitigate damage during a Hurricane.
Sometimes in the midst of disaster preparations, the safety of our pets is often relegated, but this should not happen.
The coming rain brings with it strong, gusty winds throughout the country. While we may enjoy the cooling effects of the winds especially on humid days, the winds themselves can cause serious damage to your home if they are too strong.
Your home is your castle, and it should be treated as such, especially during the rainy season when the weather is less predictable.
We are two weeks into the start of the Rainy season and you should be taking all of the necessary precautions to keep yourself and your loved ones safe.
The Rainy season has finally arrived. The question is, are you ready?
Leaving the nest is one of those inevitable moments in life; we finally leave the safety and comfort of our parents’ or guardians’ homes and venture forth on our own.
Collecting their dues is just one of the responsibilities of being a Landlord, but with today’s blog we have in-depth knowledge to help you delve into responsibilities of being a Landlord.
Building a financial plan takes time and careful consideration, especially given the unpredictable nature of finances and often times it is better to start early as some of the objectives of these plans take time to actualize.
Some may prefer sunny days, but in the tropics, the excessive levels of sunlight can have disastrous effects on both the environment and on your health.
Many of us have set goals and objectives to be met for the year of 2019, some of which may have even coincided with New Year Resolutions. It is important to review what was achieved and ascertain what is left to do for the rest of the year.
By investing now in your children’s education, you are not only making the eventual financial costs easier, but you are also opening new education opportunities for your children, giving them greater access to programs worldwide.
Life insurance is often mistaken as an insurance type that is specifically geared towards adults and not for children, as adults are at a higher risk of death and would leave behind more dependents.
Should I get Life Insurance and Is Life Insurance a Good Investment? Do I NEED Life Insurance?
Are you a renter or considering renting? Is renting an economical choice? What are the benefits or drawbacks of renting? Read more.