Kulsoom Zaidi

Your Goals, Our Priorities
Kulsoom Zaidi

Financial Planner

B.Comm.

CFP®

I look forward to being with you every step of the way to help you achieve your personal financial goals

Phone

Office

(905) 855-3260

Office Location

1052 Southdown Road Mississauga, ON L5J2Y8. map

As a planner with TD Wealth Financial Planning, I am passionately committed to providing my clients a fully integrated financial plan that balances living life today with setting goals for tomorrow. I take the time to understand, not just their current financial circumstances, but also the objectives and motivations integral to it. Whether you are planning for retirement or starting a new business, I am here to help guide you every step of the way.

In my role, I focus on four key areas:

  • Build net worth – Identifying investment solutions that align to my clients’ evolving needs.
  • Implement tax-efficient strategies – Working with my clients to help create and structure their accounts to help reduce tax exposure while keeping income available for when it’s needed.
  • Protect what matters – Leveraging the expertise of TD specialists, I help integrate strategies to protect what matters to my clients.
  • Leave a legacy – Helping my clients to build a plan to effectively transfer their wealth.

Certificates

B.Comm.

CFP®

TD Wealth Financial Planning

Your priorities are important to us. We can work together towards your goals, and can help with:

Tax Planning

Work with us to assess and recommend strategies that can help to reduce your tax burden, and:

  1. Reduce your taxable income during your lifetime or upon passing away
  2. Explore income splitting strategies
  3. Take advantage of tax deductions and credits available to you

Retirement Planning

We can offer strategies to help you become retirement-ready by discussing questions like:

  1. How much income is needed for the retirement you aspire to?
  2. How can you save enough to fund your retirement?
  3. How can you reduce taxes during retirement?
  4. When should you start taking your government benefits?

Estate Planning

Estate planning helps ensure your wishes are carried out and is an effective way to benefit your heirs.

  1. Ensure you have an up-to-date Will and Power of Attorney
  2. Consider using executor services like a corporate executor or Power of Attorney for Property
  3. Transfer your wealth and help avoid any unintended consequences

Success Begins With Understanding

A financial plan is an in-depth document with many individual parts. By gaining an understanding of your needs, we help to ensure that your plan reflects your current financial situation and defines your goals, the timelines for targeting them and the steps you need to take to get there.

Your hopes and expectations are at the heart of your financial plan.

That’s why at TD Wealth Financial Planning we take the time to discover and appreciate your needs, and include them in any discussion of your goals, so that together we may set a course for the future that you envision for yourself and your family.

The goals and dreams you and your family share for your work and career, well-being, home, lifestyle and legacy.

Over time, you may find that your needs and goals change. TD Wealth Financial Planning has the expertise to help you stay on track. As we continue to meet with you, we’ll introduce new strategies to adapt your financial plan to those changes. We look forward to developing a relationship with you in order to understand your goals and aspirations and design a plan that continues to meet your current needs and future goals.

Our Steps To Preparing A Plan Uniquely Yours

Discover what truly matters to you. We can offer planning and advice that can grow and evolve with you.

Tim – Making sure Patty's legacy lives on

Creating a Legacy

When Tim and Patty were faced with a life-altering event, their TD Wealth advisor helped them through the deeply personal aspects of legacy planning. Hear, in Tim's words, how their TD Wealth advisor took the time to understand their vision and helped establish a legacy in Patty's honour that will inspire students for years to come.

Steve & Lee-Ann – Creating a personalized plan to retire early

Making up for lost time with a sound retirement plan

Steve and Lee-Ann know that the path to retirement has many twists and turns. They found that having the right TD Wealth advisor to help answer their questions, even the ones they didn't know to ask, can help uncover new possibilities. Find out how personalized retirement planning helped this couple retire earlier and make up for lost time.

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