Archives for December 2016

President-elect Trump: What should you do?

In light of Donald Trump’s recent victory in the U.S. election, this short video by a respected research house, Morningstar Investment Management, provides information on President-elect Donald Trump’s initial impact on the economic market as well as potential short, medium, and long-term … [Read more...]

Look beyond borders: 4 minutes experiment

According to Matthieu Ricard, “Empathy is the faculty to resonate with the feelings of others. When we meet someone, who is joyful, we smile. When we witness someone in pain, we suffer in resonance with his or her suffering.” In this short video, we see the power that empathy has when two people … [Read more...]

A ‘Living’ Will: Advanced care directives

We generally expect that our wishes for medical treatment will be respected, but what happens when we are not able to make decisions, due to an accident, sudden illness, or a progressive disease. Having an advanced care directive is a way to ensure that our preferences for medical treatment are … [Read more...]

TPD claim definitions explored

For many of us Total and Permanent Disablement cover forms a component of our overall personal insurance plan; in the event of a disabling sickness or injury it has been designed to help to take the financial stress off the table at a time when our world has been turned upside-down. In this article, … [Read more...]