Welcome to Our Home Page We provide financial services to individuals in Mississauga and the GTA, who are seeking to develop, implement and monitor a long-term financial plan. Our plans consider all areas of a person’s finances including tax, retirement, insurance, estate and investment planning. We clarify your current circumstances, identify your objectives, and assist in setting priorities to achieve your goals.
Balanced Financial Investments is a comprehensive financial planning firm with the ability to provide independent, unbiased advice with no selling pressure used when making recommendations. We believe that clients must be given the tools and the time to make the important decisions about their financial future.
"It is not what you earn, it is what you keep that matters."
I work with clients of varying income and asset levels as a starting point to move them towards financial independence. By providing multiple meeting locations and flexible office hours I am able to fit into your lifestyle.
Member of the Canadian Association of Financial Planners (ADVOCIS) since 1991
CFP (Certified Financial Planner) achieved in 1997
I have worked with some of the top financial planning firms in the industry since 1990. These include a major trust company, a bank, an insurance company and various fee-for-service financial planning firms.
Mutual Funds Provided Through FundEX Investments Inc.
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
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
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