Posts Tagged Estate Planning

AFP FUNRAISING DAY

  It was an honour for me to speak at the AFP Fundraising Day 2017 in Toronto.

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TESTIMONIALS FROM CLIENTS OF TINA TEHRANCHIAN

   

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TINA TEHRANCHIAN

Tina Tehranchian

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CHANGES TO TAXATION OF CHARITABLE BEQUESTS

 Canadians donate billions of dollars to charities each year and many of them make bequests through gifts in their wills to make sure that they can continue to support the charities that they love beyond their mortal life spans. To motivate Canadians to give more to ...

Comments Off on CHANGES TO TAXATION OF CHARITABLE BEQUESTS   |   Posted in Charitable Giving,Estate Planning,Latest News,Life Insurance,Tax Planning August 03, 2015

DONATION OF PRIVATE CORPORATION SHARES OR REAL ESTATE

  After significant efforts by the charitable sector, the 2015 Federal Budget proposed to allow an exemption from capital gains tax if proceeds of sale of private corporation shares or real estate are donated to charity within 30 days after disposition. This was great news for ...

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SNOWBIRDS SHOULD PROTECT THEMSELVES AGAINST THESE RISKS

  SNOWBIRDS SHOULD PROTECT THEMSELVES AGAINST THESE RISKS If you are a Canadian retiree who spends significant portions of the year vacationing south of the ...

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TRANSFERRING YOUR WEALTH TO THE NEXT GENERATION GRADUALLY

  Many people who have minor children or beneficiaries with no money management expertise struggle with how best to transfer their wealth to the next generation without the risk of  their heirs spending it frivolously and depleting the wealth that was accumulated by hard work over ...

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UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF BENEFICIARY DESIGNATIONS

  Naming your spouse as a beneficiary of your RRSPs, RRIFs, LIFs and LIRAs is usually a good idea as these assets can rollover on a tax deferred basis only to your spouse or common law partner. However, in cases where you may not be married, ...

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PLAN YOUR CHARITABLE DONATIONS BEFORE YEAR END

  To be able to claim a tax credit for charitable donations on your 2015 tax return you need to make your donations by December 31, 2015. Donations made to charities in Canada are eligible for a charitable donation tax credit. The first $200 of your ...

Comments Off on PLAN YOUR CHARITABLE DONATIONS BEFORE YEAR END   |   Posted in Charitable Giving,Estate Planning,Latest News,Retirement Planning,Tax Planning March 30, 2015

Estate Administration Tax – A New Chapter Begins

By Jordan Caplan, BBA, CA, Partner — Assurance & Advisor Earlier this year, the Ontario government announced major changes to the Estate Administration Tax (also known colloquially as “probate fees”) in its annual budget. These amendments are a direct result of Ontarians implementing numerous planning techniques ...

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