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Caring for Clients looks after the whole client.
We call this Integrative Financial Planning. Allowing us to help manage the whole financial picture takes trust. We’re willing to earn that trust over time, by being there when you need us, and by dealing with issues most financial planners don’t.
Is a fee-for-service financial planner right for you?
Rona Birenbaum BAS, CFP®, CHFS
Certified Financial Planner®
Pick the Person Most Like You and Start Your Financial Plan:
Ruth | Recent Widow
“Suddenly I’m all alone. I’m looking for someone I can trust.”
Oscar | Selling a Business
“I've had a great run, but it's time to sell my business.”
Garth | Corporate Executive
“Work consumes all my time. I need a personal financial advisor.”
Gord | Pre-Retirement
“I hope to retire in 10 to 15 years. What should I be doing today?”
Richard | Recently Downsized
“I was always in control. Now I need to make the most of my savings.”
Sarah | Busy Professional
“Could I be making better use of tax and savings opportunities?”
Caring for Clients also supports:
Busy business owners, recently separated or divorced individuals, newly married couples, aging parents and their children, recent windfall recipients and people just like you.
“We have and will continue to recommend your services to friends, family and colleagues. Honest and integrity are the hallmarks of your service – please keep up the excellent work!”
Judy & Robin McLeod
In the News
Financial plan updates “tend to have different personalities” as clients age and their priorities shift, but there isn’t an age or life stage at which they need less frequent updates, says an advisor.
Many companies are turning to technology such as customer relationship software to help manage growing client volume, but some say they aren’t always the best option for managing relationships.
The rise of financial planning done transparently for a flat or hourly fee is one of the most positive developments in the world of money over the past decade. But providing financial plans is a service like accounting or providing legal advice, and sometimes the customer isn’t satisfied with what they get for the $1,500 to $5,000 cost of a plan. What then?
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