Even though life insurance won’t be paid out until you’re gone, many of the most affluent individuals in Canada – and around the world – see life insurance as an important part of their planning.
The 2017 Fidelity Retirement Survey Report
How to Make the Most out of an Inheritance
Inheriting a significant estate can be a bittersweet experience. Typically, the passage of wealth comes with the passing of a loved one.
Life & Disability Insurance
Nathan Parkhouse, CFP, CIM, FMA
Portfolio Manager & Investment Advisor
121 Richmond St W, Suite 501
Toronto ON M5H 2K1
Thank you to all of our clients and friends for a terrific first decade in business - Parkhouse Financial's doors first opened in late 2006! In particular, thank you for the significant amount of referral business that we received, especially throughout the last couple of years. We appreciate your support always and take that vote of confidence seriously. We always enjoy working with you and welcoming new clients too. You make our job fun!
Investing in Uncertain Times
Generally, stock markets have acted very positively since Trump’s election…the so-called “Trump-Bump”.
We have updated www.parkhousefinancial.ca to better
reflect our philosophy, services and specialties.
Help achieve your retirement goals faster
Many Canadians are concerned they haven’t saved enough for retirement; however, they may be missing an opportunity to contribute to their RRSP.
4 Reasons Why Having a Good Financial Advisor is a Worthwhile Investment
In today’s complicated global economy, the right path to reaching your goals can often be difficult to see and follow on your own.
More than half of your income may be consumed by taxes. And if that weren’t enough, you then pay tax again on the money you invest.
Welcome to taxation in Canada.
From time to time, volatility in stock markets is inevitable as investors react to changes in the economic, political and corporate environment.
Take the recent Brexit reaction for example: down a couple of days, back up a few days later.
As an investor, it is important to take a step back at these times and keep an open mindset.
When we are prepared at the outset for episodes of volatility on the investing journey, we are less likely to be surprised when they happen, and more likely to act rationally rather than react emotionally.