at 220 Portage ave, Winnipeg, R3C0A5 Canada
As an Insurance Advisor I provide dignity to people during challenging times. I provide financial advice on Life, disability, critical illness& investments
70 FB users likes Jeff Sadowski Insurance Advisor, set it to 35 position in Likes Rating for Winnipeg, Manitoba in Bank/financial services category
A common concern I get when providing advice is that people say they can't afford to save or have the recommended insurance coverage. The result is a lot of excess risk of not being protected and not reaching their goals. For insurance I can tailor protection around what's affordable until a change in circumstances enables the right protection. On the savings front a simple strategy is to start with what is affordable, even if it's only $50 per month. It's a start and the good thing is in a year you'll not only have $600 you never had before. The following year an increase of $10 per month is something manageable and if continued year after year within five years it's $100 per month and maybe then $20 increase is reasonable? It's amazing how easy it is to save if it becomes an expense just like paying a bill only one that is rewarding.
Hello everyone, we will be at the convention center for the home and garden show. We will be having a booth set up and a free draw so why not swing by and say hi? I'll be working the booth the Saturday and Sunday.
Hello everyone. This is the time of year when there tends to be a lot of trips to other provinces or countries. A few tips for travelling with RBC travel Insurance is to obtain it before you depart for your trip as well as to print off you policy and take it with you. In the even t you need to use it call RBC before you get treatment to ensure you get full coverage. If you would like to get Travel Insurance or need help making a claim you can always call me.
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Hello everybody, have you ever wanted someone to sit down and explain how your group benefits work or wish your employer would bring someone in to explain them to you and your coworkers? I do lunch and learns for companies even if they don't use RBC Insurance group benefits.
One question I've had several times in our age of technology is why do I need an advisor when I can go online and find my own insurance and apply there? The answer is the same one I told my branch clients, if you have a relationship with an advisor you trust you have an ally on your side that works for you when dealing with an insurance company. Often in meetings with clients I discover that they don't have the coverage they need or thought they had especially when it comes to protecting their incomes as they made assumption about it or don't understand it. I've also seen people paying more than they have to pay for insurance as they had nobody working for them. The common reason I hear from my clients on why they chose to accept my advice surprisingly isn't that they like RBC Insurance but that they did it because they want me to be their advisor. There's some food for thought when friends and family ask you who you have as an advisor and if they are any good.
Thank you all for the likes as I'm at 47 so far.
Hello and welcome to my new site everyone. My official title is Insurance Advisor - Life and Living Benefits. I provide advice on Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, Critical Illness, Travel Insurance, and Investments. I have been in the Financial Services Industry for over 11 years. A great source of pride is ensuring that I provide excellent financial advice that is tailored to each individual I meet with. To do so I work collaboratively with my clients to understand their financial position and specific goals and provide advice to help them meet their goals. The purpose of this site is to share news articles and interesting things that are happening in the financial industry and have some conversations. Thank You for Visiting.