People are living much longer compared to just a few decades ago, but not necessarily healthier. This has led to a growing increase in health care costs that is creating a strain on our medical system and economy. There is growing evidence that suggest participating in a program like the BC Life Insurance Rewards Program is creating positive behaviors and engaged policy holders. If you are looking to lower your life insurance premiums, we encourage you to read more about this program and how it can benefit you.
A rewards program like the one mentioned above awards points based on your activities and overall lifestyle. These points can be used for a variety of rewards, including lowering your life insurance premium costs.
While providing a means to lower your life insurance premiums is likely the most attractive benefit of this program, others benefits include:
Purchase subsidized gym memberships at Goodlife Fitness, making it easier to reach your fitness goals.
Real-time fitness tracking
Tracking progress and earning points is made simple with a complimentary wearable fitness tracker.
Policyholders can opt to have this screening done for free with a paramedical professional
If you have an existing medical condition, you are not prevented from joining the program and reaping the rewards like everyone else. In fact, you are encourage to purchase a health insurance policy that rewards a healthy lifestyle as it can only benefit you in the long term.
If you are currently living an active lifestyle, or are considering some lifestyle changes, why not be rewarded for your efforts? Life insurance no longer has to be a passive product that many people don’t see value in unless that policy holder passes away. This new life insurance program is designed for living policy holders and its goal is to help all Canadians lead healthier long active lifestyles.
If you are interested learning how to lower your insurance premiums and participate in this new rewards program, we encourage you to contact the life insurance experts at DENT Benefits!
The information in this material is derived from various sources. Material is provided for general information and is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made to compile this material from reliable sources; however, no warranty can be made as to its accuracy or completeness. Before acting on any of the above, please contact us for benefit, pension and insurance advice based on your corporate or personal circumstances.