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Anthony Gordon

About

Anthony Gordon

J.D., LL.M, CFP, CLU, CEA

Anthony Gordon practiced corporate and commercial law for several years as in-house counsel. In 2019, he became co-founder and CEO of FiduSure Financial Inc., a boutique financial services firm. In 2022, Anthony Gordon was named as a 5-Star advisor by Wealth Professional for Ontario and Eastern Canada. The award is reserved for advisors who have gone above and beyond to navigate market volatility and elevate their service to clients. Anthony specializes in financial, tax, and estate strategies. He focuses on meeting his clients’ individual and unique needs by co-creating a comprehensive blueprint tailored to their values, personal and financial goals, and life choices.

He holds a law degree, a master’s degree in taxation law, as well as the Certified Financial Planner (CFP®), Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU®), Certified Executor Advisor (CEA), Certified Exit Planning Advisor (CEPA) designations.

He wrote the Amazon bestseller “The Art of Retirement: The Canadian Guide to Retirement and Beyond”, and he also wrote the chapter titled “Tax Minimization for Property Owners” in the best-selling book Property Trendsetters.

When not helping clients, Anthony volunteers to help inner-city youth in the Greater Toronto Area. He loves playing soccer with his son and bike riding with his family on trails all over Toronto.

Here is a link to his services.

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Co-creating Canadians’ financial future

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