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What We Offer

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Health & Dental

Design a Health & Dental Benefits Plan for You & Your Family

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Individual Life Insurance

Provide Financial Support for Your Family If the Unexpected Happens

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Wealth Management

Offering financial peace of mind you have been looking for.

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Travel Insurance

Don’t Get Caught without Medical Coverage when Travelling

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Dental & Health

Bridge the Gap between Ontario’s Health Plans and the Insurance Coverage Your Employees Need

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Group Disability Insurance

Protect Your Employees from Loss of Income during Short and Long Term Disabilities

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Group Life Insurance

Group Life Insurance Provides Financial Support for Plan Members and Their Dependents If the Unexpected Happens

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Group Retirement Plans

Start a Group Registered Retirement Savings Plan at No Cost to You

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Insurance Built Around
your Needs and Requirements

Garrett Group was founded in 1960 on honest, customer centered advice and not much has changed in nearly 60 years.  Our commitment to service, integrity and educating our clients has garnered us a reputation we are proud of.

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How Much Life Insurance Do I Need?

An entity which provides insurance is known as an insurer, insurance company, or insurance carrier. A person or entity who buys insurance is known as an insured or policyholder. The action involves a contract. From an insured’s standpoint, the result is usually the same: the insurer pays the loss and claims expenses.