|The McClelland Financial Group ranked as one of the
TOP 50 ADVISORS in Canada,
for the 6th time in a row.
Our educational workshops typically run between 12:00 and 1:00 pm at The Thornhill Golf and Country Club. In addition to learning the latest tips, trends and best practices in the field of wealth management, our workshops are a time to relax, enjoy a good meal with like-minded individuals, and learn about investment topics you want more information on. Our workshops are tailored to our clients’ requests and pertain not only to wealth management, but also anything from learning about how to write memoirs, preparing and drawing an air-tight will, estate planning, dividing assets after divorce, rookie investor mistakes, taxes, and more. Everything you need or want to know to make your lives more comfortable.
Please note that a live recording may be conducted at our workshops. Consent will be obtained, should you be captured in the video.
Hear how TMFG has benefited from having insurance protection with Senior Financial Planners Rob McClelland, Mike Connon and Carlo Cansino.
I have some insurance; Do I really need more?
Presentation by Financial Planner Chelsey Chartren.
This workshop focuses on the eye-opening book Food Over Medicine: The Conversation That Could Change Your Life by Pamela A. Popper, Ph.D., N.D. Dr. Popper is the Founder and Executive Director of The Wellness Forum Institute for Health Studies, the first school in North America to offer a certification as well as diploma programs rooted in the philosophy of evidence-based healthcare using diet and lifestyle as primary intervention tools.
Home Depot. Comfree.com. Downloadable will kits. What do these services have in common? They promote DIY or do it yourself. Sometimes DIY just doesn’t make sense and you would save yourself time, money and anxiety by working with a professional. Mike will discuss how the services of a professional can go a long way!
Warranted or not, the investment industry, and those who work within it, may have a reputation for being dishonest and self-serving. It is unfortunate that the selfish behavior and callous practices of few, can tarnish the industry, as a whole.