Strength you can trust

Distinguished by a long heritage of financial strength, integrity and unwavering dedication to our clients, RBC has consistently earned high credit ratings.1

  • Moody's Aa1 and A1 / stable4
  • Standard & Poor's AA- and A / stable4
  • Fitch Ratings AA2 and AA-3 / stable4

Additionally, RBC has a reputation of strength and stability with a high-quality balance sheet, proactive risk management and a strong liquidity position.

When to start taking Social Security benefits

Social Security can be an important part of your retirement income stream. The decision about when to begin taking the benefits you have earned may have important consequences. Start them early and your monthly income will be lower than if you wait until your full retirement age. Delay them and your monthly “paycheck” will be larger. Please contact me for help determining when it may be appropriate for you to start taking social security benefits and to explore strategies for maximizing benefits for married couples.

Gain financial flexibility

Be prepared for many of your financing needs by opening an RBC Credit Access Line. With no cost to set up, no ongoing fees, competitive interest rates and favorable terms, it may be a practical tool to help accomplish your immediate and long-term goals. Contact me today to explore this potentially untapped source of opportunity. 

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