Financial security is a common goal of Canadian families in every walk of life. But to achieve this goal, where do you begin? The first step is to acquire the knowledge you need for developing a viable plan.
The latest edition of The Family Trust Guide provides 60 pages of discussion in straightforward language that can help your clients more knowledgeably consider the tax and estate planning benefits of creating a family trust and be better prepared to discuss their plans with you, their tax advisor.
As your clients read through the six chapters, they will learn how they can use a family trust to:
- save tax
- avoid capital gains tax
- save probate fees/taxes
- hold assets for minors
- protect assets
- organize the family’s affairs
- hold family assets after their death, and
- increase confidentiality of their financial affairs.
In addition to its easy-to-understand examples, the Guide includes a Checklist of Instructions for the Preparation of a Family Trust to help your clients organize their thoughts and documents before meeting with you to discuss their plans.
Compliments of “Your Firm’s Name”
This valuable marketing tool is available in packages of 5, 10 or 25 booklets. Attach your business card or personalized label on the distinctive “Compliments of” space on the back cover as a reminder of your value-added services.
Self-Study and Information Resource for Professionals
The Guide complements the second edition of Tax Planning Using Family Trusts, a unique self-study course and information resource for professionals who need comprehensive information about the tax and non-tax uses of family trusts. Tax Planning Using Family Trusts is your fast track to learning how to maximize tax planning opportunities for your clients with the use of family trusts.
Other titles in CPA Canada's Client Development Series include:
The Personal Automobile Log
The Registered Charities Guide
The Personal Tax Planner Guide
The Business Matters Newsletter
Publication Date: February 2011
Number of Pages: 62