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- DescriptionWhen Canadians think of tax havens, they rarely think of the US, but it truly is one of the best options available for Canadians today. Using the US as a tax haven will enable you to keep more of what s rightfully yours legally! A Canadian s Best Tax Haven proves it by discussing actual tax situations and comparing taxes paid by a person with exactly the same income living in Canada, the US, and a traditional tax haven. Written by the author of the best-selling cross-border tax book The Border Guide: A Guide to Living, Working, and Investing across the Border, this informative book covers the following: What is a tax haven? Why you might want a tax haven Why traditional tax havens don t work What some of the prevalent myths about tax havens are and what the truth is Hidden costs of tax havens The US-Canada Tax Treaty And more! This book shows you how to take advantage of tax haven strategies available to Canadians, easily and legally, and reduce your taxes payable. A Canadian s Best Tax Haven doles out indispensable advice that will help you keep more of what you earn, just by driving across the border and following a few simple rules!
- Author Biography<b>Robert Keats</b>, CFP(r), RFP, MSFP, is an internationally renowned expert in cross-border financial planning. Keats began his financial planning career in 1976 and is president and major shareholder of the largest financial advisory firm specializing in Canada-US cross-border financial planning. He has been a conributing editor to <i>Canadian MoneySaver </i>and his writing has been featured in <i>The Globe and Mail</i>, <i>National Post</i>, and the <i>Los Angeles Times</i>. He is the publisher of <i>The Sunbelt Canadian </i>newsletter and is on the editorial board for the <i>Canadian Journal of Financial Planning</i>. Keats is the author of <i>The Border Guide</i>, another title published by Self-Counsel Press. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona and can be found at www.keatsconnelly.com.
- Author(s)Robert Keats
- PublisherSelf-Counsel Press
- Date of Publication01/02/2015
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectMoney & Consumer Issues
- Series TitleCross-Border
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSelf-Counsel Press
- Content Noteillustrations
- Weight227 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine10 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
- Edition Statement2nd
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