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

Grand Re-Opening November 1st, 1pm - 7pm

Published by Farrow Financial Services on Oct 04, 2018

Come check out our new digs! We have happily settled into our new location over the past several months, and we have now completed our exterior building renovations over the last several weeks.  It's ...

Losing my Dad. Practical matters in the wake of grief.

Published by Stephanie Farrow B.A., CFP, Certified Financial Planner on Oct 01, 2018

Several short weeks ago we lost my father.  I can’t begin to describe how his unexpected death has devastated our family, but I’m sure those of you who have been through the loss of a family member will...

Starting a small business. Calculating risk, overcoming fear, and taking the plunge

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

Starting a business is not for the faint at heart.  Some say, an entrepreneur is someone who jumps off a cliff and builds a plane on the way down.  While that seems a bit dramatic, the image of this makes...

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...

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