Football was a part of Tony Barrett's life from the time he was a child playing the game with his brothers in Toronto. But when he got to high school, a key figure in the game would offer him advice that would lead him to a career in wealth management.

High school football coaches make lasting impressions on their players, as was the case with Barrett. His coach happened to mention he was a financial advisor, and punted the idea to him of becoming and one as well.

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