TvH Financial

TvH stands for Tortoise versus Hare. It epitomizes our pragmatic and disciplined approach to bringing best-in-class mortgage brokerage, financial advisory, accounting and legal services to our clients. The partners share the same vision combining precision, patience and passion when working with each client – now and down the road. Our clients are the ultimate beneficiaries of the professional synergies we have built naturally over time and that continue to grow daily. Delivering second-to-none service is an essential part of all that we offer our clients. Service quality defines each partner’s DNA and our clients experience this through the high levels of service we provide. This may involve providing financial advice, accounting expertise, legal guidance or offering manage real estate advice combined with precise execution. The adage, “The whole is greater than the sum of its parts” really applies here. Our service delivery philosophy is based on the business model created by J.P. Morgan and other pioneers in the multi-family business office industry. This is where individuals place their trust in a group of skilled, like-minded trusted advisors who work under one roof to manage their clients’ financial, property acquisition and consolidation, legal, tax management and other affairs. By structuring our firm in this way, we are well positioned to offer clients appropriate advice that brings them comfort.


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Extended COVID-19 Federal Emergency Benefits

On Friday, February 19, 2021, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced an extension to: - Canada Recovery Benefit - Canada Recovery Caregiving Benefit - Canada Recovery Sickness Benefit - Employment Insurance

Self-employed: Government of Canada addresses CERB repayments for some ineligible self-employed recipients

Great news for some ineligible self-employed Canadians who received the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB)