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If you’ve recently noticed an increase in the cost of your home or car insurance, you’re not alone. Insurance premiums are on the rise across the country, due to several factors — some that are within your control and others that aren’t.

We’ve got the inside scoop on the reasons for these rate increases, as well as some tips to help you get the right coverage at the most reasonable price possible.

Learn why the cost of insurance is going up & find out how you could save

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Please contact your broker to change the frequency of your payments or your method of payment.

When a monthly bank withdrawal is returned as NSF (non-sufficient funds), a special withdrawal notice is generated and sent to both you and your broker to tell you when the fee will be withdrawn from your bank account. The NSF fee withdrawal may be a separate withdrawal from your regular monthly withdrawal.

Depending on your provincial legislation and type of insurance, your policy may be cancelled if you have a second returned payment during the same policy term, or if you have a returned payment on the first payment of a new policy. Talk to your broker about your payment and cancellation terms.

When we calculate the premium amount for your policy, it’s based on a specific term and your payments are set up accordingly. When your policy is cancelled early, we’ll calculate the remaining premium you owe on a “short rate” basis (these rates are governed by statutory conditions and are registered with the government). The amount you’ll owe is based on the cancellation date and the actual number of days your policy was in force.