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 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.

To our loyal clients, we know you have a choice. Thanks for doing business with us.

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Latest Blog Posts

Hello volatility. It's been a while.

Published by Stephanie Farrow, Certified Financial Planner on Apr 03, 2018

During the last several weeks we have seen the return of market volatility and experienced some of the largest market fluctuations we’ve seen in a couple years.  It’s been a while since volatility graced...

Tax time. RRSP Deductions. Did you know?

Published by Stephanie Farrow, Certified Financial Planner on Mar 01, 2018

If you make an RRSP contribution in 2017, you need to include the deduction on your 2017 income tax return, right?  Wrong.  It’s a common misconception among Canadian taxpayers worth clarifying. If you...

To RRSP or not to RRSP?

Published by Stephanie Farrow B.A, CFP, Certified Financial Planner on Feb 03, 2018

Should I put money into my RRSP or not?  Would my money be better off somewhere else, or is an RRSP my best option?  These are questions many Canadians ask themselves as the RRSP season rolls around each...

TFSA or RRSP? Which makes the most sense for you?

Published by Stephanie Farrow, Certified Financial Planner on Jan 19, 2018

It seems the comparison of the Tax Free Savings account (TFSA) versus Registered Retirement Savings Account (RRSP) is still often misunderstood.   At the risk of over-simplifying , let’s start with some...

It's official. We've moved!

Published by Farrow Financial Services on Jan 15, 2018

In June of 2017 we sent an eNewsletter announcing we’re moving … but not far.  We purchased the former Scotia Bank branch building across the road from us with the intention of moving our office over ...

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