Our team believes that a key determinant to successful investing is the mix of types of assets - cash, stock, and bonds in our clients’ portfolios. By modifying the mix of assets according to recommendations from BMO Nesbitt Burns’ Research Department, investors have the opportunity to improve their portfolio returns while keeping risk at an acceptable level. Working closely with our clients, we will also recommend changes to a portfolio mix should personal circumstances change. For sizable investment portfolios, managed portfolio products may be the best way to realize the goals individuals or organizations would like to achieve. Working closely with our clients, we will formulate a customized investment strategy designed to move toward these goals without the worry of day-to-day portfolio management. Feel free to reach out to Rob Caracciolo or Chris Kemper for more information.
If saving for retirement is a primary focus, a solid investment plan can make the difference between a comfortable retirement and one that is inadequately financed. Drawing on BMO Nesbitt Burns’ extensive in-house resources, we can help our clients establish the program that achieves the most from a Registered Retirement Savings Plan or Registered Retirement Income Fund. Working with the BMO Nesbitt Burns sophisticated planning software program, we are able to provide clients with a customized easy to understand road map in which to achieve their retirement income goals. While no one can predict the future, this program can help make it clearer, allowing you to evaluate the impact of inflation and taxes on your retirement income, the impact of losing the government pension plans, or how much money you will need to save to reach your goal. Most importantly, you will have the information necessary today to allow you to chart your course to financial success. Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) - Canada.ca
The Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) is a savings plan that allows Canadians to invest and earn tax-free returns. Any income (interest, dividends, and capital gains) earned is tax-free. The Tax-Free Savings Account - Canada.ca