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Peace Agencies Financial Group is Looking for New Blood!

We are growing and are looking for licensed Life & A+S advisors with industry-based experience to join our team of professionals!

Are you an Independent, or housed agent, seeking:

  • Client ownership?
  • Outstanding education and office support?
  • Mentoring Opportunities?
  • Comraderie?
  • Specialization in Client Focus and Product?

Contact Peace Agencies Financial Group today!

Successful advisors who have developed positive client relationships over the past 1-12 years will find a welcoming, rewarding, and professional environment within which to build or expand their personal book of business.

Advisors interested in a confidential, no risk, exploration of opportunities are invited to e-mail or call Executive Assistant, Lorena Rogers today; at general@peaceagencies.ca; 780-532-2991 to arrange a brief information sharing meeting with our Senior Advisor.

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Peace Agencies Financial Group’s Latest News

Tax Lines to look out for

It's that time of year again, when many of us sit down to complete our income tax return and hope that we have done enough preparation to ensure a smooth and speedy process. Unfortunately, there are a number of complexities that can cause us problems - here are a few of the most common issues experienced by individuals when submitting their tax returns

2018 Federal Budget Highlights for Families

Several key changes relating to personal financial arrangements are covered in the Canadian government’s 2018 federal budget, which could affect the finances of you and your family.

2018 Federal Budget Highlights for Business

The government’s 2018 federal budget focuses on a number of tax tightening measures for business owners. It introduces a new regime for holding passive investments inside a Canadian Controlled Private Corporation (CCPC). (Previously proposed in July 2017.)