Broker Details

Consolidated Ins. Brokers Limited
1001-505 Consumers Road 
Toronto, ON, M2J 4V8

Phone: (416) 446-7423
Toll Free:
Fax: (416) 446-7491
Email: insure@consolidated.on.ca
Website: www.consolidated.on.ca

Languages spoken: English, Other

Insurance Types:
Home
Tenants
Business
Commercial Property
Automobile
Motor Cycle
Commercial Automobile
Boat
Travel Trailer
Recreational Vehicle
Financial Services - Life, Disability, Group, Travel and RRSP's .....
Not For Profit Associations

  • Personal Insurance Products

    A Broad Range of Products Available

    Your home is your most valuable possession. When was the last time you checked to make sure you were fully protected? Most policies have limitations on the amount of coverage provided for certain types of property such as:

    • jewellery
    • furs
    • silver
    • money and coins

    We will review your policy and help you protect your most valuable assets.

    What kind of policy do you have?

    • Named Perils: provides coverage for perils named in the policy
    • Comprehensive: covers "all perils" except those listed in exclusions
    • Broad Form: Provides named perils on your contents and comprehensive coverage on the physical structure

  • Business Insurance Products

    Business Insurance

    Our markets include leading Canadians and global insurers able to provide tailored insurance coverage to meet your corporate needs. We recommend annual meetings with your broker to review your coverage, clarify the wordings of your policy and how you could be required to contribute to a loss.

    Do you know what is included?

    Power surges and electrical injury are standard exclusions under property policies. Does your existing coverage provide protection for your computers, telephone, and alarm systems or against power surges and electrical injury?

  • Financial Services

    Financial Services

    RRSP'S are one of the last meaningful tax shelters left to Canadians. Start an RRSP today!

    The benefits of early contribution

    Two taxpayers, both 25 are considering RRSP'S . . .

    • Taxpayer A starts immediately, contributes $2,000.00 a year for 10 years at 8%
    • Taxpayer B waits 10 years to start, contributes $2,000.00 a year for 30 years at 8%
    • When they turn 65, Taxpayer A will have $70,000.00 more in her RRSP'S despite the fact that taxpayer B contributed three times as much!

    How much can I Contribute to an RRSP?

    Making the maximum contribution each year helps to ensure your financial security at retirement.

    You can determine your 2011 RRSP deduction limit by referring to your 2010 assessment notice or as follows:

    • Any unused RRSP deduction room at the end of prior years
      PLUS the lesser or 18% of your earned income for 2010 or the RRSP dollar limit
    • The maximum RRSP deduction limit for the subsequent year is as follows : 2011 - $22,450
    • MINUS the Pension Adjustment reported on your T4 slip
    • MINUS any past service pension adjustment reported in 2010
    • PLUS any Pension Adjustment Reversal reported for the years after

    When can I contribute?

    To be deductible for 2011, you must make your RRSP contribution before February 29, 2012. Establish a monthly pre-authorized withdrawals contribution plan and forget about the rush.

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