Who We Serve

See how our financial advisors can help improve the financial well-being of physicians at every stage of life

Who We Serve

See how our financial advisors can help improve the financial well-being of physicians at every stage of life

You are always at the core of what we do

We primarily work with physicians looking to improve their financial planning, and we will be there by your side at every step of your career. Our team of experts specialize in taking care of your finances, just like you take care of others.

Don’t take our word for it. Our clients know that the Imperial Way makes a difference.

Don’t take our word for it. Our clients know that the Imperial Way makes a difference.

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Incorporation depends on many personal factors and should be considered on a case-by-case basis. If you are thinking about incorporating your practice, we advise you to contact a financial advisor to help you with this decision. As a general rule of thumb, incorporation is favourable if the advantages are greater than costs associated with the incorporation process.

COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the global economy, causing turbulence, and worry amongst investors. Many are worried about the effects this will have on their investments, and how this will affect their long-term goals. While these unprecedented times of economic volatility are generally more risky, it is important to remember that markets are cyclical and will inevitably rise again. We recommend you keep sight on your long term goals and let your advisor help guide you along the way.

If you own your own practice, you do not receive a pension plan put in place by your employer. In lieu of a pension, you will need to develop a financial plan early on in your career to ensure you are investing in ways that will ensure you reach your retirement goals. Generally, an RRSP (Registered Retirement Savings Plan) or a TFSA (Tax Free Savings Account) are a good place to start, but we recommend working with a financial advisor to help you develop your savings plan and make sure you are getting the most out of your investments.

As a medical school graduate, you are likely to come out of school with a large amount of debt. It can be tempting to put your earnings towards savings, especially knowing that in lieu of a pension plan, you need to start saving for retirement as early as possible. However, there are many benefits to paying off your debt early on, such as lower interest paid, and a decrease in your liabilities. A financial advisor can help you decide how to balance the two, by taking a closer look at your current assets and debts, your spending habits, and your long-term financial goals.

Have A Question For Us?

Incorporation depends on many personal factors and should be considered on a case-by-case basis. If you are thinking about incorporating your practice, we advise you to contact a financial advisor to help you with this decision. As a general rule of thumb, incorporation is favourable if the advantages are greater than costs associated with the incorporation process.

COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the global economy, causing turbulence, and worry amongst investors. Many are worried about the effects this will have on their investments, and how this will affect their long-term goals. While these unprecedented times of economic volatility are generally more risky, it is important to remember that markets are cyclical and will inevitably rise again. We recommend you keep sight on your long term goals and let your advisor help guide you along the way.

If you own your own practice, you do not receive a pension plan put in place by your employer. In lieu of a pension, you will need to develop a financial plan early on in your career to ensure you are investing in ways that will ensure you reach your retirement goals. Generally, an RRSP (Registered Retirement Savings Plan) or a TFSA (Tax Free Savings Account) are a good place to start, but we recommend working with a financial advisor to help you develop your savings plan and make sure you are getting the most out of your investments.

As a medical school graduate, you are likely to come out of school with a large amount of debt. It can be tempting to put your earnings towards savings, especially knowing that in lieu of a pension plan, you need to start saving for retirement as early as possible. However, there are many benefits to paying off your debt early on, such as lower interest paid, and a decrease in your liabilities. A financial advisor can help you decide how to balance the two, by taking a closer look at your current assets and debts, your spending habits, and your long-term financial goals.

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