Moving across the border to Canada or the US to set up shop or to take a new career position can be a tricky endeavor. Beyond the realities of a new culture, norms, and geography, a relocalized individual faces many tax, legal, and personal financial planning challenges. Managing these challenges can make the transition smoother and more economically efficient as well as create peace of mind.
Learn more on pre-entrance and pre-exit tax planning to and from Canada and the US. Listen to our expatriate tax specialists as they present the fourth webinar in our series of complimentary Canada-US tax webinars.
Key learning objectives
- Residency and snowbird issues
- Estate tax and the deemed disposition rules
- Planning techniques for limiting transfer taxes
- Timely income tax strategies (i.e., investments, charitable giving, etc.)
- Voluntary disclosure programs
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