Financial Planning for Financial Peace of Mind


Silver Compass has been providing tailor made financial services to individuals, small business owners and their families since 1997. We value our client’s trust in us and are proud of the long term client relationships we have developed over the past 20+ years based on a client first service model that focusses on regular personal interaction and attention as well as professionalism and integrity.

We provide a wide range of services including:

  • Independent personal financial planning
  • Wealth management
  • Accounting (business and personal)
  • Business planning and Succession planning
  • Tax/Estate planning
  • Living options assessment related to aging
  • Financial education

We provide customized solutions that consider your complete financial picture on an independent basis to enable you to make well-informed financial decisions. You can expect us to be professional and interested in every aspect of your life because your financial life touches on everything you do-your career, family, health and leisure activities. We work in your best interest and looking for ways to enhance your financial wellness and financial peace of mind.

Retirement

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Mon, 10/07/2019 - 06:00
Brent and Darlene really enjoy their 'toys' and their lifestyle. In the last few years, they bought themselves a big screen TV, a stereo system, two expensive new vehicles, a ski boat and took a tropical vacation, mostly on credit. They also used their credit cards to pay for numerous restaurant... Read more
Mon, 10/07/2019 - 05:30
Alicia was about to sign the papers on her new vehicle when she noticed an additional charge of a little over $3,400 for insurance on the Bill of Sale. When she asked the finance manager what it was for, he said, 'Well, that's for the life and disability insurance for your car loan.' She was left... Read more
Mon, 10/07/2019 - 05:00
It is required by the Income Tax Act that a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) must be closed by the end of the year in which the planholder (annuitant) reaches age 71. At that time, the annuitant must decide what to do with their retirement savings. They have three options - cash in the... Read more