Winning the Estate Planning Game Paperback – Feb 19 2001
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Paperback, Feb 19 2001
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From the Back Cover
"Tims expertise and entertaining style can be trusted "
How can you win in the world of estate planning? Although death and taxes can be difficult subjects to talk about and even harder to understand, popular Globe and Mail columnist and tax expert Tim Cestnick makes the task straightforward and easy. Whether readers are planning for their own estate or that of a parent, or are expecting to inherit assets one day, Winning the Estate Planning Game is an invaluable resource full of clever ideas. And as Canadas large boomer population moves ever closer to enjoying their own retirement years, the need for this clear, friendly guide will be greater than ever before.
- wills and powers of attorney
- tax reduction strategies
- use of trusts
- probate planning
- business succession planning
- life insurance strategies
- ideas for those with U.S. connections
- effective charitable giving
"Nothing's surer than death, taxes and Tim Cestnik's ability to write about the financial aspects of these subjects with clarity and, yes, wit."
Rob Carrick, Personal Financial Columnist, The Globe and Mail
About the Author
About the Author
Tim Cestnick, CA, CFP, TEP, is President of The WaterStreet Group, a tax education and consulting firm based in Toronto. He is a member of the teaching faculty of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario, a member of the Canadian Tax Foundation, and tax columnist for The Globe and Mails Report on Business. He appears regularly on national television and radio, and is a resident tax expert on CBCs Newsworld. Tim speaks extensively at seminars and management conferences and is recognized as a leading authority in the field of tax and personal finance. He is also author of the bestselling Winning the Tax Game and Winning the Education Savings Game.