Our Mission:

Guided by relentless focus on all our products and services, our purpose is to enrich the lives of people we touch and ensure their financial freedom. We will constantly strive to enable individuals and businesses reduce risk by tailoring to meet the specific and ever-changing financial risk exposures that face them. All of our long-term strategies and short-term actions will be molded into solutions that exceed our clients’ expectations.
Better solutions, for better living!

 

Your child’s future is your future too!

It’s hard to think of the possibility that your child may become critically ill, but have you ever thought what you would do if it happened?  Good planning today can help your dreams come true no matter what obstacles may get in the way.

Our clients come first!

Whether it’s tax planning for yourself, or your business, we are here to respond to your needs. Offering the highest quality professional assurance, tax and advisory services is our number one priority. We know how to maximize each and every return and we ensure that you will benefit from every deduction and credit that is available to you.

Protect your family and your home!

How will the impact of a premature death affect your family and your assets?  Your home is usually your biggest investment and upon a tragedy it could become your biggest debt.


Responding to Your Enquiries

  • We own a property overseas that will be passed on to our children. What are the tax implications?

  • I was recently diagnosed with diabetes. Am I still able to get life insurance?

  • My daughter just turned 7 years old. Is it too late to start saving for her education?

  • I don’t have a family history of any critical illnesses. Why do I need to have critical illness insurance?

  • I have life insurance through my employer. Why do I need separate insurance coverage?

  • I will not be able to take care of my mother financially if she lost her independence. What are my options?

  • I have mortgage insurance with the bank. What are the differences between the bank and the insurance company’s contracts?

  • I am 56 years old and considering early retirement. My investments have dropped substantially. Will I still be able to retire early?