Spring 2016 ProvERB Insurance Bulletin

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The Quarterly ProvERB - Spring 2016


Important Changes to Ontario Auto Insurance are Coming.

The Ontario Government is instituting changes to Ontario Auto Insurance on June 1, 2016. These changes will affect how Ontario motorists will be compensated in the event of an injury in a car accident.

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How Can You Protect Your Business from Accident Claims?

It's likely not the big claim that will get you. Read about some of the things you should consider when talking about your business insurance needs from what kinds of claims happen to how we can help.

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Do Investments and Taxes go Hand in Hand?

How do you manage your retirement savings? Do you spread your savings among different kinds of investments or do you put it all into one basket? Mike Onotsky talks about how having a balanced spread of your investments could mean lower taxes in retirement.

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Missed Some of Our Latest Blog Entries? Here's Your Chance to Read Them.

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A Solution for Ridesharing Car Insurance

Insurance Term Quick Quiz

No one won our last quiz! The answer was True; If your parked car is damaged in a hit and run accident, you must have collision coverage to have insurance pay for the repairs.

Now, click the link below, fill out the contact form, and send us your answer to the true or false question to be entered for a chance to win a $100 Bon-Appetite gift card. We'll pick a winner in April.

True or False - Getting ticketed for careless driving is better than ticketed for speeding.

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Referral Contest Winner Q4 2015

Meet the latest winner of our quarterly Referral Contest. Thank you to everyone who refers clients to us. We appreciate your confidence.

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