Women in Business: Liz Gaudet

Gaudet is a consultant for Investors Group in Port Alberni

To celebrate International Women’s Day, the Alberni Valley News will be running features on a number of women in business in Port Alberni. Elizabeth (Liz) Gaudet is a consultant for Investors Group.

“Above all, I want my clients to have a great experience, and build a long lasting relationship with them because financial planning is ever-changing, just like their lives,” says Liz, a consultant for Investors Group.

Liz realizes that every family’s financial situation and financial needs are different. Whether it’s financial planning, insurance planning or a combination of both, Liz can bring peace of mind to the financial future.

“Everybody has goals and concerns,” she says. “I take the time to and out what is important to each of my clients and then develop a financial plan based on their unique situation.”

As an insurance broker, Liz also has the flexibility to find the best insurance solution that fits into her customers’ plans.

“A financial plan is your Plan A. The plan for your dreams, but sometimes things happen, like a major injury or a critical illness that you can’t foresee and that’s what insurance is for,” says Liz. “To take care of you and your family when the unexpected happens.”


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