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Geoff Badger, CFA

Rose Fleming






Our mission: To provide our clients and their families with worry free management of all their estate and financial planning affairs.

Geoff Badger heads up our financial planning and family office-style services. Geoff asks clients questions that get them thinking holistically about their financial and estate priorities. Our Team then designs a Family Financial Strategy—with investment, estate, retirement, philanthropic and wealth protection plans.
Our greatest strength is helping people clearly articulate their goals and working collaboratively with their team of professional advisors to develop a comprehensive plan to accomplish them. Money by itself means nothing—it only has value when it helps you achieve what matters most to you in your life.

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19 September 2016
Gareth Watson on CBC: Consumer debt
Gareth Watson, Director, Investment Management & Researcher joined Carole MacNeil on this weekend's CBC Business Panel. Among the topics discussed were consumer debt levels and changes to the minimum wage.

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17 July 2017
The Consumer
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10 July 2017
Oil, C$, & Yields
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Special Report
Assessing your financial sensitivity to changes in interest rates. This report offers a look into the consumer debt climate in Canada followed by steps you can take to better manage debt. Most importantly, we've included a debt calculator which will give you insight into how manageable it will be should interest rates go up. 
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Tax & Estate Planning



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June 2017
Business succession
Whether you plan to sell your business or transition it to the next generation there will be decisions to make and planning to be completed. To maximize proceeds and or minimize tax, planning must begin well in advance of the anticipated transition date.

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