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AMERICANS MOVING TO CANADA - How To Move & What You Need To Know For Stress Free Settlement With Your Tax And Financial Planning Tips To Maximize Your Assets

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As an American this book will help you to decide if you are the right candidate to move to Canada or not. If yes, then it offers you the necessary information about Canadian immigration system with your options to move. Then help on necessary planning for cross border issues that provides both challenges and opportunities.

Canada has a well deserved reputation for having some of the highest marginal tax rates amongst the OECD countries. What most Canadians do not realize is that...

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Overview

As an American this book will help you to decide if you are the right candidate to move to Canada or not. If yes, then it offers you the necessary information about Canadian immigration system with your options to move. Then help on necessary planning for cross border issues that provides both challenges and opportunities.

Canada has a well deserved reputation for having some of the highest marginal tax rates amongst the OECD countries. What most Canadians do not realize is that Canada has a well established regime of tax sheltering to attract new residents that it does not offer to its indigenous population.

Canada is not just about a peaceful nation with universal health care system, clean air, low crime rate, no abortion laws, no death penalty, most respected nation, balanced education system or same sex marriages but with proper pre-immigration tax planning, wealthy individuals can move to Canada and avoid income and capital gain tax on their non-Canadian source income and capital gain producing assets.

This book is especially designed for Americans moving to Canada for an effective, efficient and stress free settlement to save your precious time and hard earned wealth.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780980920345
  • Publisher: Self-Help Publishers
  • Publication date: 9/15/2008
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 1,455,388
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.57 (d)

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  • Posted January 23, 2012

    How to avoid financial and tax problems when moving to Canada

    This excellent book describes how U.S. citizens moving to Canada can maximize their assets and receive a beneficial settlement with the predatory U.S. tax authorities. There are many financial and tax pitfalls in trying to leave the U.S. that can trap the unwary. Being informed about your options is essential. Knowing how to respond to the tax authorities in a way that will get you the best results without getting you into trouble is even better. This book can save you literally thousands of dollars.

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  • Posted January 17, 2012

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    Great information!

    I’m a freelance tax accountant and there have been times where I have thought about moving to Canada. Even though I doubt I ever will, when preparing taxes here in MI I get a lot of folks wanting to know things about moving to Canada. In my quest to answer them I found this book. As an American this book will help those seeking to move to Canada determine if it is the right choice for them. If you decide to make the move this book will give you advice on how to bring your assets into Canada without losing it all to the IRS. Sadly there are some tax pitfalls when leaving the U.S., but being informed can keep you ahead of the game with the best results. I found this book to be extremely helpful in answering many money/ tax related questions my clients ask me.

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  • Posted January 15, 2009

    good resource,

    This is a great, easy-to-read informational guide and I particularly like the tone of the book. One can tell that the author is proud to live in Canada and that he hopes newcomers will continue to make Canada a wonderful place to live. I think anyone who is immigrating to the country will benefit from the book in a number of ways.

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  • Posted October 26, 2008

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    Very Important Resource

    Every American who wish to migrate, live and work in Canada need to read this book if they want to safe their time and money.

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