Examination of tax consequences triggered upon the expiry of the 21-year period of the existence of a personal trust and overview of legal and tax tools to prevent or minimize the tax burden. Check list of tax and legals issues to be addressed during the elaboration of the tax planning. Discussion on tax risks and potential application of the new disclosure rules to 21 years planning transactions.
Navigate 2023 reporting changes for Bare Trusts and Cross-Border Trusts with Levy Salis LLP. Ensure T3 compliance and personalized advice.
Cross-Border Inheritance: Navigating Tax and Legal Implications for American Beneficiaries of Canadian Estates
Sophie Lalonde, Founder at 3D Financial, and Shlomi Steve Levy, partner at Levy Salis LLP, bring you a special collaborative article. In this article, they delve into the intricate world of cross-border inheritance, focusing on Canadians with U.S. beneficiaries. Explore the nuanced tax, legal, and financial challenges in this informative piece.
Tax implications for American citizens selling homes in Canada can be burdensome. While Canadians enjoy tax-free gains with the principal residence exemption, Americans face hefty US Taxes. Learn about strategies to minimize the tax burden.
Tax planning for entrepreneurs retiring/selling biz: tax savings optimizing & trust structures. Learn more about prepping for this important milestone.
The Government of Quebec has introduced disclosure obligations with respect to nominee agreements, covered or, confidential transactions and certain specified transactions determined by regulation subject to significant penalties in the event of non-compliance. The federal government recently announced measures similar to Quebec's specified transaction rules, among others, which are currently the subject of public consultations.
A number of Canadians who work or have worked in the United States hold Roth IRAs or Roth 401(k) plans. This article identifies the principal U.S. and Canadian tax obligations that apply to Canadian account holders.
Canadians who have previously worked in the United States and have owned IRAs and 401k plans are subject to particular U.S. and Canadian tax obligations.
A new tax could take in effect in Canada as of 2022 which would apply to underused residential properties.
As of January 1, 2022, important changes for wills and the distribution of estates of Ontario couples came into effect.