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Changes To Probate Tax: What To Do With Your New-Found $250?
Adding to the anticipated 2018-2019 deficit, Doug Ford's provincial government has provided a $250 tax break to estates which will be probated on or after January 1, 2020
Canada
10 Sep 2019
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The TaxLetter: The Vacation Home - Pitfalls
We are officially into summer vacation (in fact, I'm writing this while on holidays, renting a lovely house on the ocean).
Canada
29 Jul 2019
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The Fund Library Publishes Samantha Prasad's "Spousal Tax Strategies, Part 2"
If your spouse is in a lower tax bracket than you, several tax strategies may let you take advantage of your spouse's lower tax rate. Last time, I looked at strategies
Canada
19 Jul 2019
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Wills & Estates Bulletin: Multiple Wills - An Important Notification
The recent Ontario Superior Court decision of Re Milne has raised issues relating to certain wording commonly used in multiple Wills in Ontario (often referred to as "Primary" and "Secondary" Wills).
Canada
30 Oct 2018
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Interest And The Executors Year - Convenience Is King
Estate litigators are familiar with the "executor's year," a period during which it is expected – but often impossible – to complete the administration of an estate.
Canada
25 Oct 2018
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21-Year Tax Issues And The Non-Specialist Advisor - Part 3
Part 1 of this Series reviewed what the 21-year deemed disposition rules are and introduced three approaches to planning that appear to be most commonly used to manage the effects of the 21-year deemed disposition rules...
Canada
17 Aug 2018
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The Fund Library Publishes Samantha Prasad's "Family Trusts Not Just For The Rich And Famous - Part 3"
And I'll finish off with a summary of why setting up a trust is worthwhile in the first place.
Canada
8 Aug 2018
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The Fund Library Publishes Samantha Prasad's "Family Trusts Not Just For The Rich And Famous - Part 2"
While discretionary family trusts have come to be associated only with the very wealthy, they can be a useful estate and tax planning tool for every family.
Canada
3 Aug 2018
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The TaxLetter: Discretionary Trusts - Proper Administration
Last month I wrote on the ABCs of a discretionary family trust.
Canada
26 Jul 2018
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How To Leave A Bigger Legacy, Part 2
When planning a will, most people focus on "who gets what." Often overlooked is the fact that there's always a stealthy, unwanted third party to your will, the CRA, eager to get as big a share of your estate as it can
Canada
6 Mar 2018
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The Fund Library Publishes Samantha Prasad's "How To Leave A Bigger Legacy"
When you are thinking about what to include in your will, your thoughts tend to focus on who gets what and who will take care of your kids.
Canada
28 Feb 2018
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Tax Planning Your Will: A Bigger Legacy A Bigger Legacy
Usually when you are thinking about what to include in your will, your thoughts tend to focus on who gets what and who will take care of my kids.
Canada
26 Jan 2018
13
STEP Inside: Family Trust Planning - Lawyers' Negligence And Valuation Issues
The Ozerdinc family trust (trust 1) was settled on February 1, 1990 by Kathleen Grimes for the benefit of the children of her marriage to Ersin Ozerdinc
Canada
22 Jun 2017
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Changes To The Principal Residence Exemption: Home Sweet Home?
On October 3, 2016, the Department of Finance introduced significant changes to the principal residence exemption ("PRE") rules in order to "improve tax fairness by closing loopholes...
Canada
28 Mar 2017
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Trustee/Executor De Son Tort: Recognizing And Avoiding The Traps Of Unintended Fiduciary Obligations
From time to time, a person will take it upon themselves to hold and administer property for the benefit of another, without having been formally appointed as a trustee.
Canada
17 Nov 2016
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Winding Up A Family Trust To Avoid The Tax Hit
High net worth families often use family trusts for estate and succession planning. But because they are deemed to have sold all of their assets on each 21st anniversary, family trusts in effect have a tax life span of only 21 years.
Canada
27 Oct 2016
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Succession Planning Using An Estate Freeze, Part 2
For high net worth individuals and families, taxes resulting from the disposition of an estate can be onerous and can impede a smooth transition of a business to the next generation.
Canada
21 Sep 2016
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Succession Planning Using An Estate Freeze
Looking to found a family business dynasty? Here's a sobering statistic: Only about 10% of family-owned businesses make it past the third generation.
Canada
20 Sep 2016
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Taxpayer Beware
The Liberal government's Federal Budget was released on March 22, 2016, with the theme of "growing the middle class".
Canada
24 Aug 2016
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The TaxLetter: The Estate Freeze
An often-quoted statistic is that only about 10 per cent of familyowned businesses remain sustainable into the third generation. This has a lot to do with the lack of proper planning while the founding...
Canada
23 Aug 2016
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