Farrow Financial

"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step" - Lau Tzu

At Farrow Financial, we can help you get there.

With over 25 years experience in financial services, we provide clients with after-tax planning advice and products to meet their investment, insurance, retirement and estate planning needs.

Helping our clients create a plan and evolve it over time is our strategy for keeping clients happy for life.

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Latest Blog Posts

RRSP and RRIF; Deregistration Strategy

Published by Stephanie Farrow, Certified Financial Planner on May 01, 2017

If you have contributed to an RRSP it is considered for tax purposes to be ‘registered’ ; as noted in the name; Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP), and the same goes for its retirement income counterpart;...

Your opinion matters. Vote for future eNewsletter topics here.

Published by Stephanie Farrow, Certified Financial Planner on Apr 12, 2017

Our survey is short but your opinion matters. Our goal is to provide financial topics in our eNewsletters to meet the interest to our clients.  Please click on the link below to vote for a few topics ...

Retirement: When you’re ready to start spending your RRSP savings

Published by Stephanie Farrow, Certified Financial Planner on Apr 02, 2017

Many people spend their working years accumulating a sizable RRSP (Registered Retirement Savings Plan) account and as they approach retirement start to wonder about the specifics of when and how to draw...

Doing the right thing. The backlash against the banks.

Published by Stephanie Farrow, Certified Financial Planner on Mar 22, 2017

There has been a big buzz in the media recently about sales pressure in bank branches to upsell their clients’ additional credit cards, lines of credit, or bank accounts with higher fees etc.  Some bank...

House rich, savings poor. What this means for retirement.

Published by Stephanie Farrow, Certified Financial Planner on Mar 01, 2017

According to results from the most recent Manulife Bank Homeowner Debt Survey 26% of homeowners surveyed expect their home equity will make up more than 80% of their wealth at retirement.  A further 18%...

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