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Planning Questionaire - Lyster Financial

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Planning Questionaire - Lyster Financial ...

    Planning Questionnaire

Instructions

Please complete the relevant sections of this questionnaire. For full plans, complete all sections. If

    the terms of your engagement with Lyster Financial Services are restricted to certain kinds of

    planning, some sections may be omitted.

     Goals

    Planning of any kind including financial planning begins with a vision of what is important to you. The purpose of the planning process is to set out what needs to be done, within real world

    constraints, to accomplish what you think important. It requires a good faith effort by you to

    identify and prioritize your goals.

We cannot tell you what your financial goals are. Only you know. No adviser can recommend

    specific strategies until you specify what you want to accomplish. You tell us what. We tell you how.

Rank the following, #1 being the most important to you. If something is not important at all, leave

    the space blank. If you have goals not listed here, add them to the list and rank them.

    Buying a house Vacation property Reducing / eliminating debt Providing for family in case of death or disability Funding post-secondary education Minimizing taxes Early retirement Funding retirement Increasing investment income Maximizing investment returns Increasing the value of your estate Charitable contributions

     Page 1

     Personal Information

    Client Spouse (if applicable)

     Name Name

    Home Address Home Address (if different)

     Mailing Address (if different) Mailing Address (if different)

     Home Phone Business Phone Home Phone Business Phone

     Home Email Business Email Home Email Business Email

     Marital Status Citizenship Marital Status Citizenship

     Date of Birth Social Insurance No. Date of Birth Social Insurance No.

     Employer and Address Employer and Address

     Years with Annual earned income Years with Annual earned income

    current employer (gross) (net) current employer (gross) (net)

     Insider or Director of a Public Company Insider or Director of a Public Company

     Will? Year updated Original’s location Will? Year updated Location

    Power of Attorney Year updated Original’s location Power of Attorney Year updated Location

     Page 2

     Dependents

Children, including children of previous marriages, or grandchildren

     Projected

     Years of Projected Current

     Birth Current Funded Annual Educational

    Name Date Married? Grade Education Costs Savings

Parents and other adults

     Projected Do you hold

     Birth In Current Annual power(s) of

    Name Date Care? Health Cost to You attorney?

     Page 3

Employment details (required for full financial planning engagements)

Are the earned income figures in section 1 …

     Approximate? You ? Your spouse ?

     Variable from year to year? You ? Your spouse ?

Employment benefits: Please provide an indication of whether your (or your spouse’s) employer

    provides the following benefits. Provide details where possible; e.g. the dollar amount of monthly

    long-term disability coverage.

    Client Spouse

    Supplemental health Dental Long-term disability Group life insurance Pension/RRSP contributions Profit sharing Stock options Other

     Funds from sources other than employment or self-employment

Please provide annual amounts received from the following sources.

    Client Spouse

    Property rental income (gross & net) Investment income Pensions and annuities

    RRSP/RRIF payments Spousal support Child support Trust funds Other

If you expect a substantial gift or inheritance in the foreseeable future, please indicate the

    approximate amount and a timeframe.

     Page 4

     Insurance (may be omitted if no insurance planning desired)

Please provide details of current insurance coverage.

    Client Spouse

    Group life insurance Individual life policies

    Group disability Individual disability Critical illness Long term care Property (home/tenant) Property (vacation) Excess liability Automobiles Other

     Page 5

Income tax

    Client Spouse

    Estimated taxable income this year RRSP contribution room Capital loss carry forwards available Shareholder of private corporation? Capital gains exemption claims Subject to U.S. income tax?

     Retirement (may be omitted if no retirement planning is desired)

Please provide as much information as you can about pensions for which you are eligible. For

    pensions provided by the government of Canada, contact your local HRDC office to ask for an

    estimate of the amount of Old Age Security and Canada Pension you may receive at age 65.

    Client Spouse

    Age you want to retire Desired spending in today’s dollars Would you consider leaving Canada? Eligible for Old Age Security? Canada Pension entitlement (approx) Foreign government pensions

Provide an approximation of pension entitlements from an employer or union pension plan. If early

    retirement is possible at a reduced pension, provide that information as well. This information is

    available upon request from pension providers.

    Projected monthly pension Indexed for inflation? At age

     Page 6

     Estate Planning (may be omitted if no estate planning is desired)

    Client Spouse

    Life insurance has named beneficiaries? RRSP/RRIF has named beneficiaries? Assets held as joint tenants?

Have you considered or established trusts to provide long-term support for dependents (children,

    grandchildren, disabled adults, parents)? Do you use alter ego or joint spousal trusts?

    Do you have an up to date will? Where is the original located? Does the executor have a copy? Is the executor younger than you? Is the executor in your province? Is the executor willing and able? Does the will:

     Specify guardians for minor children?

     Make bequests to charities?

     Establish testamentary trusts?

     Give the executor broad investment power?

Have you considered planned giving strategies for charitable contributions, either before or after

    death?

    Do you own foreign real estate? Do you own U.S. securities? Are you subject to foreign estate taxes?

For partners and shareholders in private businesses

     Are buy-sell agreements in place?

     How are they funded?

     Page 7

     Other information (may be omitted)

    Bank Branch Address

    Lawyer Firm

    Accountant Firm

If there was insufficient room to provide information on other pages or you have any other sorts of

    information that we should consider during the planning process, please provide it in the space

    below. Possible or actual problems of a personal, legal, financial, or medical nature for you, a

    spouse, dependents, or a business in which you have an interest may affect the quality of our

    recommendations.

     Page 8

     Net Worth

Provide a breakdown of your assets and liabilities at this time, rounding to the nearest thousand

    dollars. If you have requested basic financial planning as part of the engagement, indicate the

    interest rate being charged on all liabilities. Investments held as mutual funds should be categorized

    by fund type (e.g. a Canadian equity fund belongs on one of the “Canadian stocks” lines).

     Client Spouse Joint Other

     Liquid assets

    Cash and chequing accounts Savings accounts Canada savings bonds Cash value of life insurance

     Registered investments

    Cash / money market GICs Canadian fixed income Foreign bonds Canadian stocks U.S. stocks International stocks Income and royalty trusts Venture capital

     Non-registered investments

    Cash / money market GICs Canadian fixed income Foreign bonds Canadian stocks U.S. stocks International stocks Income and royalty trusts Venture capital Private businesses

     Personal assets

    Principal residence Vacation property Vehicles Other

     Liabilities

    Taxes Credit cards Personal loans / lines of credit Student loans Investment/business loans Residential mortgages Vehicle loans Other

     Page 9

Cash Flow (may be omitted if basic financial planning is not required)

Provide a breakdown of your anticipated income and expenditures for the current year, rounding to

    the nearest thousand dollars.

     Client Spouse Joint Other

     Income

    Salary Bonuses Business income Spousal/child support Pensions Annuity payments Interest Dividends Capital gains Rental income Other

     Expenses

    Food Clothing Rent or mortgage Property taxes Home insurance Utilities Vehicles and transportation Life/disability/health insurance Spousal/child support Entertainment and vacations Charitable contributions Pension contributions Income taxes, CPP & EI premiums Other

     Page 10

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