- Paperback: 331 pages
- Publisher: Headspring Publishing; 6th edition (2016)
- ISBN-10: 0968947727
- ISBN-13: 978-0968947722
- Parcel Dimensions: 21.4 x 14.9 x 1.9 cm
- Shipping Weight: 358 g
- Average Customer Review: 9 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #99,753 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
You Can't Take It With You: Common-Sense Estate Planning For Canadians Paperback – 2016
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The national best seller You Can’t Take It With You: Common-Sense Estate Planning For Canadians continues to be the trusted source on the personal, financial, and legal issues involved in estate planning. "Estate Planning is not something reserved for people of a certain age or the top 1%”," Foster explains. "It is as much about life as it is about death." Estate planning is not just for the top 1% or people of a certain age. The modern estate plan is so much more than just a will. If you designate a beneficiary on an insurance policy, TFSA, or RRSP, you have already started a plan. The completely revised and updated 6th edition of this national bestseller: • Prepares you for reviewing your will and appointing a representative to manage your finances in case you are ever unable to make your own decisions • Covers wills, powers of attorney for finances, personal care, advance care directives, probate, living trusts and alter ego trusts, minimizing income tax on death, life insurance, business succession planning, farms, organ and tissue donations, mental incapacity, funerals and more • Focuses on your goals and privacy, as well as ways to minimize your income tax • Contains strategies to maximize the value of your charitable donations • Deals with your digital assets, digital will, and helps you get organized • Prepares you for discussions with your advisers and family members—and may save you hundreds of dollars in taxes and fees • Features practical examples, checklists, tips, myths and frequently asked questions • Includes testamentary trust changes, graduated rate estate and qualified disability trust Anyone who owns a dwelling, has some jewellery or family heirlooms stashed away, or a savings account should plan their estate. If you do not plan, your province or territory will make these important decisions for you and your family.
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