In this installment of TSG’s travel be in the know series, we will be looking at travel insurance needs for people over the age of 65.
How often do you travel? That is the question.
Scoping out the landscape of risk and taking reasonable precautions when travelling is known as your duty of care. You may be held liable and incur considerable expenses if you fail to do so. This includes conducting research and planning for contingencies before travelling. Recognizing this, TSG has compiled a handy guide to ensure a safe trip for you.
Although cloudy weather hasn’t yet fully cleared, Ontarians are no doubt already planning their vacation getaways. And with the post-secondary semester about to end, many families will have more time to reunite and go on that trip they’ve always wanted. If this sounds like you, here are some tips from The Shepherd Group to make the most of your vacation.
March Break is right around the corner, as countless Canadians look to leave the country sometime this month for a well-deserved respite from dark and cold weather.
When you think of insurance your mind most likely jumps to the customary; home, car and life insurance policies. Contrary to popular belief, insurance coverage has expanded vastly in the last few years ever since joining hands with technology to support a previously unrecognized demand. With the rapid development of technologies, gadgets and apps there has been a greater request to protect more than just our homes and cars.
You’ve created a travel itinerary, booked your tickets and laid out your passport…have you thought about travel insurance?
Many Canadians have recently traveled to sunny warm southern climates, European Tours, Cruises and even vacationed across Canada during the holidays. When booking travel, the most important item on your checklist should be travel insurance.