Wealth 360

Your wealth is the reward for a lifetime of hard work, discipline, and prudent money management.

Your wealth is the reward for a lifetime of hard work, discipline, and prudent money management. Yet maintaining your wealth can be as much of a challenge as achieving it. We know how difficult it can be to stay on top of your financial affairs in today’s busy world.

Our Wealth 360 process identifies the planning strategies most appropriate for you and your family. We work with you to identify priorities, opportunities and risks, and then create a realistic action plan.

Wealth management involves much more than just your investments. We take a comprehensive approach that considers all of your financial affairs in context. When it makes sense, we work with your lawyer and accountant to ensure the strategies are thoughtfully implemented.

Our Wealth 360 service was designed to be a complete road map for your wealth plan. Using a user-friendly dashboard format, it neatly summarizes your assets, financial goals, investments and insurance, as well as your prioritized action plan and other important information. During our annual general meeting, we review your Wealth 360 report to clarify where you stand in relation to your goals. We adjust the plan where necessary to ensure you are taking full advantage of all wealth planning opportunities.

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Walk the Walk

We each make hundreds of decisions every day. Sometimes, we view those little decisions as less important, and see them as an opportunity to cut a corner or take something for ourselves – even though we know we shouldn’t.

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Taking Stock of Lump-Sum Investing vs. Dollar-Cost Averaging

Some investors favor a dollar-cost averaging (DCA) approach to deploying their investment capital. Unlike lump-sum investing, in which the full amount of available capital is invested up front, DCA spreads out investment contributions using installments over time.

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What’s the Big Deal?

At the time of writing, the S&P 500 index sits about 1% from its all-time high that was reached in February of this year.

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