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.

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Mon, 05/11/2020 - 06:00
With Canada and many other countries practicing physical distancing or participating in complete lockdowns because of the COVID-19 virus, thoughts are turning to what the world may look like after the restrictions have been lifted. Many people are expressing a desire for life to return to how it... Read more
Mon, 05/11/2020 - 05:30
Warren Buffett has a classic rule when it comes to market volatility: “Be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful”. Investor anxiety normally tends to rise in step with market volatility because most people are concerned about trying to pick the best time to buy or sell.... Read more
Mon, 05/11/2020 - 05:00
Ottawa dropped Estate Taxes over forty years ago. All the provinces did away with Succession Duties by 1985. We thought that was the end of taxes arising at death. We were wrong. Ask yourself these questions: Do you have an interest in a pension plan, or an RSP? Do you own property on which you've... Read more