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The city of Mississauga is located on the shores of Lake Ontario. Mississauga originally started out as a suburb of Toronto, but today, it’s much more than just a bedroom community; it is the home of several major corporate headquarters. Some companies that have a significant presence in Mississauga include Citibank Canada, TD Bank Financial, Microsoft Canada, Menu Foods, Hewlett Packard, Air Canada Jazz and Kam Air.

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Mississaugans enjoy a high quality of life; the city has been ranked the 11th best city in Canada to live in. Smart residents know that life insurance is the key to making sure that their families continue to thrive in this lovely city even after a tragedy. There are several things Mississaugans should know before purchasing life insurance; read on to get a quick lesson on life insurance basics.

There are several different kinds of life insurance policies available for purchase. They tend to fall into one of two categories: term life insurance or whole life insurance. Term life insurance is relatively simple; you purchase coverage for a limited period of time. You can choose to let your policy lapse at the end of the term, or you can renew it. Term life insurance policies are commonly sold for periods of 10, 15, 20 or 30 years. How long you need to be insured for depends on several factors. For example, if you have young children, you’ll probably want a 20 year policy that will provide coverage until the children are old enough to strike out on their own. If you’re 35 and want coverage that will last until it’s time for you to retire, consider getting a 30 year policy.

Whole life insurance will last for your entire lifetime. It also comes with an investment component, so in addition to the lump sum payable upon the policyholder’s death, you can build up cash value and invest in things like stocks or bonds. Insurance agents would prefer to sell you a whole life insurance policy instead of a term life insurance policy because they make more money selling whole life insurance. Insurance agents are paid on commission, which means that they get a percentage of the premiums. That percentage tends to be the same for term life and whole life insurance policies; however, since whole life premiums are much higher, the agent makes more money on those policies. A whole life insurance policy may be the right choice for you depending on your circumstances, but don’t let an agent pressure you into buying one just because they want the extra cash.

Brokers in Mississauga

A L Townson & Co Ins Agcy Ltd
201 City Centre Dr

Adhami & Adhami Financial Grp
2065 Dundas St E #103

Advent Financial Group Inc
55 Village Centre Pl #106

Aig Life Of Canada
1370 Dundas St E

American International Assrnc
1370 Dundas St E #208

Glista Insurance
1548 Weaver Ave

Great-West Life Assurance Co
90 Burnhamthorpe Rd W #1206

Greenstone Financial Solutions
5090 Explorer Dr #202

Independent Financial Brokers
4275 Village Centre Crt

Interlife Financial & Ins Svc
25 Watline Ave #403

Investments Link Financial
1550 South Gateway Rd

Lutheran Life Ins Society-Can
2000 Argentia Rd Plz 4 #240

Manulife Financial
6733 Mississauga Rd #604

Megacorp Insurance
160 Traders Blvd E #107

Neale Insurance
700 Dundas St E #9

New Seoul Insurance Corp
3943 Glamis Crt

Peter Toller Insurance
92 Lakeshore Rd E

Pro-Secura Insurance Ltd
3100 Ridgeway Dr #8

Sun Life Financial
3660 Hurontario St

Superior Life Insurance Co
6205 Airport Rd #B100

Zenon Koltalo Insurance
702 Burnhamthorpe Rd E #7

Canada Life Assurance Co
350 Burnhamthorpe Rd W #601

Castles & Park Insurance Ltd
945 Meadow Wood Rd

Clarica Life Insurance Co
4 Robert Speck Pky #1100

4665 Central Pky E #13

Combined Insurance Co-America
6711 Mississauga Rd #410

Empire Financial Group
2810 Matheson Blvd E #100

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