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Author Archives: Justine Zavitz

The Future of Dentistry

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Michael Bach

On April 22, 2014 David Mayzel from DMC Law spoke to us about the ODA’s Economic Report and gave us some practice management tips for dentists and dental students!

DMC Law is a firm of dental lawyers who have dedicated their practice to helping dentists buy and sell practices, set up dental corporations and build effective practices.

If you were unable to join us, you can watch the video.

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Economic Market Outlook for 2014

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Lori Collins

On March 4, 2014 Andy MacLean, Senior VP and Private Client Strategist at Raymond James Ltd. joined us for an engaging and informative talk out the economic and market outlook for 2014.

If you were unable to attend, please click on the video below ….

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How Tax-Smart is Your Professional Corporation

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Michael Bach

Your professional corporation has provided you with a great tax-planning tool, but are you using it to its fullest potential? On January 15th, 2014, Zavitz Insurance presented a seminar featuring Doug Plummer and Shaun Brown from NPT Chartered Accountants.

If you were unable to attend, you can view the video below.

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Retirement delayed: Build wealth by investing in your health

Justine Zavitz

Justine Zavitz

The Globe and Mail published a great article last month about how Canadians are living longer, but not necessarily healthier. Many retirement planners suggest working, even part time, after age 65, but for one in three Canadians, a disability will prevent them from doing so. Because you are more likely to become disabled than die prematurely, it is important to protect yourself and your assets by buying disability insurance when you’re young and healthy. As students, you have an opportunity to purchase coverage with lifetime discounts, and you will never be younger or healthier than you are now.

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Honesty Makes the Best Policy

Justine Zavitz

Justine Zavitz

Anyone who has applied for insurance knows that the application process can be tedious. The insurance carriers ask about your travel history and future plans; smoking, alcohol and drug usage; driving, criminal and family health history; and participation in hazardous sports. To top it off, they ask you about 135-140 different medical conditions that you may have now or may have been investigated or treated for in the past. Needless to say, it is very comprehensive. 

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