We have taken years to build a platform for our clients to have access to high net worth investment products without having to have the net worth already built.
Types of Investments Offered
Private mortgages provide a regular income stream, tangible security, and a real return to the investor that is superior to bank deposits, GICs, and bonds.
Our mortgages give an average rate of return of 12% – 24%, secured by a First or Second Mortgage on a Real Property in Canada.
At a rate of 10% yield rate of return, your RRSP portfolio should double in value every 7 years according to the rule of 72.
RRSP, TFSA, Non-Registered
– With the use of these vehicles, First Avenue Financial is able to help our clients navigate tax-burdens and plan for life’s adventures. Whether it’s a short team goal or retirement and estate planning, these vehicles serve as a key to the success of your financial future.
RRSP – A registered retirement savings plan. This savings plan allows Canadian’s to reduce their current year tax burden to save for retirement and grows tax-free. This particular vehicle can also be used with the first time home buyers’ plan to help with their down payment.
TFSA – A tax-free savings account. Contributions made are after-tax dollars and any interest earned, dividends, and capital gains are not taxed and can be withdrawn tax-free at any time.
Non-Registered – A non-registered account does not have the same tax savings as its counterparts. This investment account allows Canadians to invest an unlimited amount of money into your fund of choice and has exposure across the globe.
We have had a long relationship with the owners of Proof Capital, Jeremy Kaliel and Cameron Reid, and know them to be devoted to their clients and extremely knowledgeable in the world of investments.
– A key component in employee retention, group plans are a great way to keep your employees happy with the competitive environment we live in. Most of these plans are designed as a group registered savings plan (GRSP). Much like a personal RSP, however, the employer’s contributions are tax-deductible.
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