Building long-term strategies to meet your needs for the years (and decades) to come
In 1996, Joan became a 76-year-old widow. At the time her two sons lived in the GTA, so she was completely alone; and fortunately, she came to us.
With a long-term strategy in mind, we developed an investment plan that consolidated the various holdings (housed at multiple banks) she shared with her late husband, in order to provide her with an income that would meet her day-to-day needs over the course of the upcoming years.
Since the moment that Joan became a client, we have revisited her plan on a regular basis to ensure that it continues match her circumstances—and as the decades go by, we continue to make adjustments as needed.
Through careful planning and consistent review (combined with our help, guidance and direction), Joan has been retired and living comfortably for 20-plus years.
Joan turned 100 in May; and although she has lived in a nursing home in Toronto for many years now, I still make the drive from North Bay to see her at least annually.
Due to the onset of COVID this spring, I was unable to share my best wishes for her 100th birthday in person; but I was able to do so over the phone, which was the next best thing—and all of us at Spire Advisors hold her close to our hearts while we wish her all the best until we can meet again!
If this story resonates with you, then come to us for a personalized, long-term strategy that we will follow and monitor closely to help you maintain a comfortable lifestyle. Like Joan, you will see how easy it can be; and the benefits you will receive (along with the peace of mind) are priceless.
*Please note, while this case study is real, the name “Joan” is fictitious, to protect the privacy of our client.
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