Income and Asset Preservation

Have you considered any of the following:

  • Who would handle your financial affairs and personal healthcare if you become incapacitated?

  • What provisions have you made to provide for your family and yourself if you become disabled or critically ill?

  • How would your family maintain their standard of living if you passed away prematurely?

By taking the proper steps, you will be confident that your affairs are in order so you can focus on recuperating. BMO Nesbitt Burns Estate & Insurance Advisors can tailor a plan to preserve your income and assets in the event of this coming to pass.

Disability Income: Disability Insurance

Survivor Income: Universal Life Insurance

Personal Health Care: Critical Illness Insurance, Long Term Care Insurance


Insurance Products and Services

Risk Management / Asset Preservation

Many people are concerned about their financial security in retirement and preserving the value of their estate for the next generation. Asset preservation is an integral component of any financial plan. Insurance can play an important role in your financial plan as a tax-efficient asset preservation tool. I can provide you with the insurance solutions best suited to complement your wealth management strategy.

Registered Asset Preservation

Learn how life insurance can be used to preserve your RRSP or RRIF capital for your chosen beneficiaries.

Estate Preservation

Make sure that your estate is distributed according to your wishes and use life insurance as a tool for paying estate settlement costs or for estate equalization among your heirs.

Charitable Giving

Take advantage of the attractive income tax benefits from using life insurance for charitable giving.

Critical Illness

Due to advances in medical science, many people today survive a critical illness. However, quite often their finances do not. A lump sum benefit payment may be used for access to specialized medical care when and where you want so you can focus on recovery.

Income Generation

Regardless of where you are in your life, you need income to support your lifestyle. Put plans in place in your income earning years to ensure your income will continue uninterrupted if you are hit by disability. If you have a family to support, life insurance may be the appropriate financial tool to consider to help replace your income in the event of your premature death. Your retirement years will see the conversion of your assets to income. A variety of insurance strategies are available to either supplement retirement income on a tax-preferred basis, pay for long-term care expenses or perhaps give you the choice of maximizing your retirement income while still leaving a legacy for your heirs.

Estate & Insurance Planning for Individuals




  • Estate maximization and tax minimization

  • Asset preservation and accumulation

  • Income maximization

  • Lifestyle protection

Estate & Insurance Planning for Corporations




  • Income maximization

  • Funding of shareholder/buy-sell agreements in the event of death, disability or critical illness

  • Tax liabilities upon death of owner or major shareholder

  • Tax-free share redemption upon death of owner or major shareholder