Primerica Canada is celebrating its 30th birthday all year long. Back in 1986, we started out with just a few representatives and a new idea. We would offer quality term life insurance to Main Street families because we believed then and still do believe it to be the best way to provide them with quality products at an affordable price. Now Primerica Canada is a top 10 insurer in the country, with $100 billion of life insurance in force. And we boast the largest independent life insurance and mutual fund sales force in Canada!
Thirty years of helping families prepare, protect and prosper. Thirty years of changing lives. What will the next three decades bring? We can’t wait to find out.
Not all products/services are available in all states or provinces.
In New York, term life insurance products are underwritten by National Benefit Life Insurance Company, Home Office: Long Island City, New York; in the United States (except in New York), term life insurance products are underwritten by Primerica Life Insurance Company, Executive Offices: Duluth, Georgia.
Term life insurance and segregated funds are offered through Primerica Life Insurance Company of Canada.
Everywhere you turn, you hear the words “new economy” … but what does that really mean? Millennials probably think it means a shrinking job market and limited career opportunities. Not at Primerica! We’re growing and booming like never before and reaching an excited new generation of young people. Check out this video geared directly toward millennials.
Throughout history, the world’s most pivotal changes began with a movement. Ultimately, many of these movements changed the course of history. Primerica’s Main Street movement could revolutionize the financial future for you and your family. Learn more about the Primerica movement – and about how you can make a difference.
Each generation’s attitude toward money is influenced by the times in which they grow up. With that in mind, take a look at what many Millennials (born between 1982-1999) have learned about surviving turbulent times.
Expect to change careers. Because of the seismic changes in the economy that they experienced as young people, Millennials don’t expect their careers to move in a straight line; some 60% think they will switch jobs in five years.1 In addition, this generation expects they will need more training in the future to keep up.
Save prodigiously. Millennials may have more in common with their grandparents when it comes to saving. Baby Boomers (despite their famously frugal parents) are less apt to save: just 16% who have both an IRA and an employer-sponsored retirement plan say they contribute to both. Yet, 25% of Millennials say they do – giving their money more time to grow.2
Consider entrepreneurship. Some 75% of Millennials say they want to work for themselves one day.3 A smart move, since wealthy households are more likely than others to be headed by a business owner.4 Considering starting your own business? A new study shows that financial services produced more multi-millionaires than any other industry in 2011.5