Traditionally, estate planning meant having life insurance and a will. The modern estate plan ultimately arrives at the same conclusion—to distribute your assets and property as smoothly and tax-effectively as possible to your beneficiaries—while respecting the rights of family members under family law. Certain strategies traditionally accessed by only the wealthy are available today by more Canadians.
The revised and updated 6th edition of the national best-selling You Can’t Take It With You: Common-Sense Estate Planning for Canadians (Headspring; January 2017; Retail $31.95; Paperback) gives you the goods on changes in taxes and regulations, new developments in estate mediation, new information on power of attorney for health care and on compassionate care benefits, and more content for people who are single, childless, or part of a young couple. Continue reading “Media Release – 6th edition of You Can’t Take It With You: Common Sense for Canadian is now available”