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Validity Of Multiple Will Planning
An Application for a Certificate of Appointment of an Estate Trustee with a Will, or more commonly referred to as probate, is the process whereby the Court certifies that an individual's...
Canada
13 Nov 2018
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Important Issues In Family Succession Of Farm Operations
When planning for the succession of your farm operation to the next generation, several important issues can arise. Some of the key issues include how the goals and objectives ...
Canada
20 Jun 2018
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Overcome Succession Challenges Facing Your Family Business
Canada's succession planning rules can make it less costly from a taxation standpoint to sell a family business to a third party than to a family member. However, this depends on how the deal is structured.
Canada
12 Dec 2017
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Pitfalls To Consider In Family Business Succession
We have been hearing it for decades: 30 per cent of family firms survive to the second generation and only 10 per cent survive to the third generation.
Canada
8 Nov 2017
5
Post-Mortem Planning: Reprieve For The Pipeline?
When individuals die, they are deemed to have disposed of all of their assets at fair market value at the time of death.
Canada
7 Nov 2017
6
Income Splitting Strategies For Canadians
The term "income splitting" refers to the transfer of taxable income from a higher-income family member to a lower-income family member to reduce the family's overall income tax payable.
Canada
24 Aug 2016
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Farm Succession Planning: Insights Into Gifting To Children
A common question that we often get as farm tax advisors is whether or not farm property can be transferred to the next generation by way of a gift.
Canada
21 Jun 2016
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Planning For U.S. Expatriation – The Ins And Outs Of IRC 877A
The past several years have been a wild ride for many U.S. taxpayers (and tax practitioners), in particular for those residing outside of the country.
Canada
13 Jun 2016
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An Update On The New Trust And Estate Rules
In our November 25, 2014 Tax Alert, we outlined how the rules could result in a mismatch of tax liability to assets.
Canada
17 Mar 2016
10
Rules And Recommendations For Farmland Rollovers
Are you a farm owner? The rules of farmland rollovers are complicated and differ depending on (a) whether you're living or deceased at the time of the transfer and (b) whether your spouse or child is the recipient.
Canada
11 Feb 2016
11
Why Plan For Farm Succession?
Despite farm groups working hard to advise farm owners of the need to plan for their eventual succession, many farmers appear to be reluctant to plan properly.
Canada
11 Jan 2016
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Minding The Store While Parties Litigate
The settlement of an estate can be a magnet for litigation. That's particularly likely in families where the estate is complex, possibly involving ongoing businesses and investment property.
Canada
16 Dec 2015
13
Smooth Transition: Keeping Your Cottage In The Family
Even in cases where one or more children are able to take full responsibility for the ownership of a cottage, there are other financial repercussions to consider.
Canada
16 Jul 2015
14
Time’s Up! A Guide To Changes In The Testamentary Trust Legislation
The federal government has passed new legislation that could have a dramatic impact on how your estate is taxed.
Canada
10 Apr 2015
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Donating By Will
In addition to benefiting the community, the act of giving could increase the wellbeing, self-esteem and reputation of the donors themselves.
Canada
9 Feb 2015
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Closing Up Shop
When it comes to administering a deceased’s estate, it’s common and sometimes necessary for a friend or relative to be appointed the executor, but not many are aware of the proper steps to take for tax filing obligations.
Canada
29 Jan 2015
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Planning For The Unexpected
A well thought out formal plan for transferring the ownership of a family farm sets out how you will do it on your terms.
Canada
29 Jan 2015
18
When Greener Pastures Call
Many farmers can leave behind a significant tax liability once they pass on. Explore these tax strategies and estate planning tips for farmers.
Canada
2 Dec 2014
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Blueprint For Savings: Registered Disability Savings Program (RDSP)
The Registered Disability Savings Plan helps eligible Canadians build long-term savings. Here is an overview of this government-sponsored program.
Canada
9 Oct 2014
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U.S. Citizens And Canadian Trusts
Trusts are important tools in Canadian tax and estate planning. Discretionary family trusts, in particular, have become common and are continually evolving.
Canada
2 Jun 2014
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