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Eunice Joseph
Become Your Own Banker in Canada

Insurance rates, also known as premiums, are calculated based on a person's age, gender, smoking status and medical history.  By providing permanent insurance for your child or grandchild, the premiums will be set at children's rates because he/she is young and healthy.
 
Learn how you can:
  • create a stable investment option with tax-sheltered growth
  • be fully funded in as early as 20 years
  • have available cash within account to fund education, etc.
  • give an asset to your child
  • take advantage of compound interest!

My Goal


 
The best way to help those who are financially challenged......is to make sure that you're not one of them.  And then to give back massively to those in need using other people's money.
 
One of my goals is to help raise $100 Million for charitable organizations over the next 10 years.
 
Canadian community resources face unprecedented challenges as the global recession bites deeper into consumer's wallets.  I am significantly concerned about what appears to be a "Perfect Storm" that is brewing around charities - from which they may well be unable to escape in decades to come.
 
From women's shelters and humane society centers to local churches, the following 3 colluding dynamics are trapping community resources financially:
 
1. Government funding is being slashed as our national leaders struggle to balance a ballooning healthcare crisis with more basic needs like road repair and technology infrastructure development.
 
2. Canadians are experiencing "donor fatigue" from the myriad of competing charities - many of which dispense a minority of their contributions to the end beneficiary.
 
3. The charities themselves are burdened with increased costs across the board - from high gas and food prices to swollen ranks of dependents during this recession.
 
I have chosen to build philanthropic giving into the estate plans of my current clients.  It occurred to me that I could provide a "river of revenue" to local charities by leveraging my efforts across a broader base of financially privileged citizens.  Over the next 10 years, I will be donating a portion of my upfront professional fees on all philanthropy life insurance policies.  Obviously, cash flow is important to these community organizations in the short term.  With them being the owner and beneficiary of these policies, we will literally release millions of dollars over the long term to these groups through the estates of those who put these policies in place. 
 
The financial leverage power of life insurance is a well-documented fact.  For a healthy, non-smoking Canadian male in their 40s, approximately $100 a month in premium can leave behind $100,000 in death benefit to a nominated charity.  The dividend paying whole life insurance product actually self-funds coverage growth between the 12th and 20th year of premium payment - and there are favourable tax benefits to the donor, according to CRA rules.
 
For your convenience, I have attached a "Charitable Giving Through Life Insurance" brochure for you to read.  
 
My goal is to raise $100 Million for charities over the next 10 years. 
 
If this is of interest to you, please contact me to set up an appointment.   Please feel free to forward this e-mail to those people who may be interested
 
My deadline for the goal:  March 26th, 2023 @ 5:45pm