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T2202A forms are issued to the students who have paid $100.00 or more in eligible fees for qualifying courses beginning and ending in a particular calendar year.
In depth questions regarding the use of the T2202A form in the tax preparation process should be directed to Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Tax guides are available from any CRA office or a Post Office. CRA also publishes a booklet called "Students & Income Tax" - Government form P105 (E).
Official receipts for income tax purposes covering tuition fees paid for qualifying courses taken during the preceding calendar year are available in late February. In accordance with CRA regulations, official receipts (T2202A Forms) are only issued for tuition fees totaling $100.00 or more. Materials and administrative fees are not eligible for tax deduction.
There are four Certification Exams. Each is 75 minutes long..
Life Insurance: 30 questions. Accident and Sickness: 30 questions. Segregated Funds: 30 questions. Ethics and professional practice: 20 questions
Online and In class: Regardless if you are taking the course online or in class each Certification Exam is done online. You have four (4) attempts. .
Immediately. Because all REMIC HLLQP Certification Exams are done online you will get your results immediately.
Once you have been notified that you have passed the course you will be required to log in to the online section of the course and complete our feedback. You will then be able to print your certificate of completion and save it electronically.
Yes, before being able to write the Certification Exams you must complete the Exam Preparation Quizzes. These are designed to prepare you for the Certification Exams.
Yes, the REMIC HLLQP course is approved by CISRO, and FSCO, regulator Ontario as of December 2016..
Once you have passed the REMIC HLLQP course by passing all 4 Certification Exams you must register to write the provincial licensing exams.
Yes, there are mandatory credits that you will need to obtain before you are able to renew your license. Your insurance brokerage will advise you of what is required..
If taking REMIC HLLQP course online you have the flexibility to begin your course at any date, and you may complete it within as little as one week or up to 1 year - the choice is yours. If taking the in class course you must begin on the course start date but have up to 1 year to complete the course.
This depends on your learning skills. While some take longer others learn and understand the material more quickly. The course is designed to be completed in 47 hours, which includes online exercises, tutorials, assignments, tests, and reading. We suggest that you set aside at least this amount of time to complete the course.
You will receive an online login immediately following your registration that gives you access to an electronic version of the textbook, whether you are doing the course in class or online. This way you can get started in the course right away! If you decide to purchase a hard copy of the textbook(s) they will be shipped to you typically within two business days..
ONLINE: The cost of the online course is $298 ($198 for the e-book version), which includes the online textbooks, online delivery including all online resources, and four (4) attempts at the Certification Exams.
IN CLASS: The cost of the in class course is $498, which includes everything in the online course PLUS hard copies of the textbooks, in class delivery and in person instruction.
Through REMIC's secure shopping cart you can pay by credit card or using your PayPal account. In person at 2175 Sheppard Avenue East, Suite 307 where you can pay by debit card, Visa, Mastercard, AMEX or cash.
Only qualified and experienced industry experts are used to teach the course..
If you fail four (4) certification exam attempts for any one module you will need to re-enroll in the course. This is a regulator requirement.
No, the course is designed for those with basic computing skills, however the course contains rich and interactive content designed to engage you.
Do I have access to a "live" person in the online course?
Of course! Your Professor, an industry professional, is there to help, Monday to Friday during regular business hours.
No, we are here to help! Your online course has a dedicated Professor who will interact with you, answering your questions and helping you along the way, when you need it.
No, the course is available to anyone, however it is recommended that you have at least a high school education with equivalent English or French language and math skills.
THERE ARE NO REFUNDS ON THIS COURSE OR COURSE MATERIALS.
Can I work at my own pace?
Yes. You can complete the course in as little as one week or take up to 1 YEAR - the choice is yours.
My 1 YEAR is up. Can I get an extension?
You may purchase an extension of 6 months or 1 year.
Can I transfer from online to an in class course?
You can transfer from an online course to an in class course (availability and space permitting) by paying the transfer fee. Please call us or email us to process a transfer request.
Whether you register for an in class or online course you will have immediate access to the online section of the course. All registrations are subject to REMIC’s acceptance policy. Any students not accepted will have their registration fee fully refunded.
How long is the course valid/good for?
The course is valid for 1 year from the time you pass your exam. If you do not obtain a license within this time you must retake the course.
Registration is easy. Simply go to www.hllqp.remic.ca and follow the instructions using our secure online payment system. You can also register by phone or in person at our head office training facility at 2175 Sheppard Ave East Suite 307, North York, ON, M2J1W8 (Business hours are Mon-Fri, 9AM - 5PM). We accept Visa, Mastercard, Amex, debit, cash or certified cheque.