It's your money... and your peace of mind.
We understand that.
You've worked hard for your money, so controlling your risks and minimizing taxes is important. We understand that too. We know that your financial objectives are very personal, so we'll help you make the most of your investments to achieve your goals and secure the future you dream of.
We take the time to help you really understand the various vehicles you can use to secure and grow your investments. The more you know about financial planning, the more likely you are to reach your financial goals, and we're here to help you do that. We embrace investor education because it enables us to build strong relationships with our clients.
The foundation of those relationships is the one that's critically important in choosing a financial advisor: Trust. We know we must do right by our clients the first time, and we strive to make rock-solid recommendations – ones that meet both their needs and risk tolerance. We'll do the same for you.
And we'll work hard to earn your trust. We carefully consider your needs, goals and dreams in order to implement a well-constructed financial plan, so that you can have peace of mind about your hard-earned money and financial future.
Many mistakenly believe that if they need Long Term Care, either in their home or in a facility, the cost will be covered by provincial health care or other government agencies. While certain programs are available, a large portion of these costs become the responsibility of the patient or their family.
Much of what we do today is to improve our future financial position. As with anything, we can get better results by following a plan. This is why both Estate Planning and Financial Planning are important for those who want to ensure better tomorrows for ourselves and our families.
As with many retirement savers, it took two stock market crashes (2001, 2008) and a global financial crisis to convince Adam and Sonya that trying to "time the market" or pick specific sectors was a costly exercise in futility. But, with the value of their RRSPs nearly halved in the 2008 crash, they also recognized that they could not afford to avoid equities if they were going to have any chance of meeting their retirement goals. That’s when they adopted the time-tested, academically-based principle of diversification in their investment strategy.