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How auto theft can affect your clients’ premiums

June 16, 2022 by Alyssa DiSabatino

Although making a car theft claim won’t yield higher premiums, repeated claims may make it difficult for an insured to hold onto their theft coverage, says one insurance expert.  Not all auto insurance policies cover car theft, Matt Hands, director of insurance

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As COVID ends, watch for consumers to report changing conditions

June 23, 2021 by Jason Contant

Now that the commute back to the office is a distinct possibility in the upcoming months, insurance providers should be making sure their clients have the right level of auto insurance coverage, particularly if it changed during the pandemic, the

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How many of your clients asked their auto insurer for premium relief?

June 22, 2021 by Jason Contant

Many Canadians have been driving far less during the COVID-19 pandemic, but more than half of them did not reach out to their auto insurer to inquire about discounts or changes to their policies, according to a new survey from

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Why this quote comparison site launched its own brokerage

June 7, 2021 by Greg Meckbach

Comparison website vendor Ratehub Inc. is now operating its own property and casualty insurance brokerage. “When it’s our own sales staff, we have the full insight into close ratios and contact ratios,” said Alyssa Furtado, co-CEO of Ratehub Inc. and

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Bank of Canada expected to raise its key rate for first time in nearly seven years

July 11, 2017 Craig Wong - THE CANADIAN PRESS

OTTAWA – The Bank of Canada is expected to raise its key interest rate target for the first time in nearly seven years on Wednesday following signs the economy is well on the road to recovery after the crash in