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The Canadian Snowbird Guide has been a national best-seller since its first publication in 1992. Now in its fourth edition, the guide is bigger and better than ever as it keeps pace with Canadian Showbirds who are wintering beyond traditional destinations. Snowbirds are also spending more time outside Canada and need to know the rules and regulation for extended stays when it comes to health insurance needs and ensuring their finances and estate planning are in proper order.
Here are a few of the key topics and innovative ideas that The Canadian Snowbird Guide covers:
Snowbirds can plan their trips south with confidence and peace of mind knowing that all the housekeeping detailed have been attended to. But don't leave home without taking The Canada Snowbird Guide along—it's an essential reference guide to enjoy your stay in the sun!
Douglas Gray, LL.B. (Vancouver, B.C.) formerly a practicing lawyer, morphed into a consultant, columnist, speaker, and author of 24 bestselling Canadian books on real estate, small business, and personal finance. He is the author of many popular real estate books, including Making Money in Real Estate, Real Estate Investing for Dummies for Canadians, and 101 Streetsmart Condo Buying Tips for Canadians. His website is: www.snowbird.ca
This book is very well written, clear and helpful to all Canadian Snowbird. A must read to stay ahead of the game.Published 18 months ago by Sylvain Gagne
This book is a must for any (in my case) canadian who is looking at purchasing property in the USAPublished 20 months ago by harry ridge
The book covered every question I could of thought of.......& more! A bit too much emphasis on issues regarding purchasing property.Published on Sept. 22 2013 by Linda Fournier
Excellent reading and well organized review of all issues relating to Canadian Seniors and not so Senior relocating to Florida.Published on Feb. 27 2012 by Coyote