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  • Your Recovery Responsibilities While on LTD

    If you’re receiving LTD benefits in Ontario, you want to do everything you can to make sure you continue getting those payments. In a previous post, we looked at five reasons that insurers cut off benefits; in today’s, we’re looking at one of the most important responsibilities you have when you are … Read more »

  • Return to Work and LTD

    Whether you’ve been on LTD for a couple of months or a couple of years, it’s likely only a matter of time before your insurer tells you it’s time to start planning for your return to work. While receiving LTD benefits, participating in a return to work program as requested by the insurer is one of y … Read more »

  • Are LTD and CPP Disability Benefits Taxable?

    When it comes to taxes, things are rarely simple and straightforward–and that’s certainly the case with the taxation of disability benefits. Here are some general guidelines. As always, your individual circumstances may vary; it’s important to consult with a lawyer and/or tax professional. Are LTD B … Read more »

  • LTD Settlements: Reinstatement vs Lump Sum

    Have you been denied LTD benefits? Or had them cut off? When claimants meet the policy definition of disability, yet continue to be denied benefits, one option is to pursue an insurance settlement. In today’s post, we will explain the two main types of LTD insurance settlements. Reinstatement This t … Read more »

  • 5 Reasons Why LTD Insurers Cut Off Benefits

    You’ve successfully applied for long-term disability and have started receiving benefits. The hard part is over, right? Maybe not. Remember: insurers look for any reason to pay as little as possible; they have a vested interest in making sure you are still entitled to those benefits long after the i … Read more »