Tag Archives: Hamilton

Fixed-Income

Imagine a title:  "FIXED-INCOME:  Mr. HYDE becomes Dr. JEKYLL".   Or another sub-title could simply be, “Don’t lose our money!”  ...because that is exactly what can be at risk now with fixed-income investing.  Don't use the last thirty years as your guide because the rear view mirror is a dangerous guide to the...
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TFSA – getting the best in Tax-Free Savings…

Canada has 13,000,000 Tax Free Savings Accounts worth over $130 Billion …and much of it earning ~ 0%.   That’s why I’m sharing this so you can see the big picture about making your TFSA accounts work more effectively so they can grow your wealth, cut your taxes, reach your personal goals.   And...
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STICKY MONEY and FINANCIAL FREEDOM

What would it be like if money could stick like bubblegum - and more was always coming your way?  Wouldn't that be great?  And you'd never run out of it!  ... So here's what I'll introduce so you can safely, freely, explore further in this website or my books, and Read more

RRIF Rules are Burning Money

If someone forced your family to take money from a bank machine and burn it on the sidewalk, would that be fair? …would it be legal?  But it’s happening today with laws that force seniors to pull money too soon from retirement savings and pay inflated levels of tax.  Is this hurting...
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Awards

Queen Elizabeth II medal (1992) for service to community

Awarded on Parliament Hill 1992 for service to represent combined interests of business, faith groups, education, and non-profit sector in the battle against child poverty.

Million Dollar Round Table Member

Million Dollar Round Table represents a top level of insurance- and financial-advisors among near 90 nations world-wide, fostering highest levels of professional commitment and morality, lifelong study, mentorship and collegiality.

Community Involvement


Brian is enthusiastically active among charities, community foundations, and faith groups to enrich human development and potential for children in need, families in transition, and seniors in solitude.