Minimizing Taxes with Estate Planning

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An exclusive presentation for Manitoba residents on income tax reduction and estate tax elimination.

Tuesday, April 16, 2024
6:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m. CST

Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) supporters are invited to attend an exclusive presentation by financial expert Keith Thomson on the many tax benefits when planning for your estate.

You will learn:

  • How to minimize or even eliminate taxes on your estate.
  • How to avoid double taxation on your “Red” retirement accounts.
  • How to bypass paying upfront capital gains taxes when selling your investments.
  • How to convert assets into income you can’t outlive, and leave a lasting legacy.
  • How our government wants you to save taxes and leave more to charity.

Tickets to this event are complimentary, but space is limited. Don’t miss this chance to hear one of Canada’s most engaging speakers.

This virtual event provides information specifically intended for residents of Manitoba. To receive more information on estate planning events in your area, please contact planned.giving@natureconservancy.ca.  

Our presenter

Keith Thomson, Certified Financial Planner

Keith Thomson, Certified Financial Planner

Keith Thomson is an internationally recognized financial educator, author and consultant, specializing in estate and charitable tax planning. Author of What Was Your Great Grandmother’s Name? Fifty Thoughts On How Canadian Philanthropy Can Transform You, Your Family And Your Community, he has also written numerous articles that have appeared in publications such as the Globe and Mail and CPA Magazine. Keith’s presentations expand on the strategies that he has developed to take full advantage of the tax incentives our government has created to encourage charitable giving. The expertise that Keith offers in his presentations to entrepreneurs, professionals and retirees has already redirected more than $50 million of social capital … also known as taxes. For over five years, Keith was chair of The African Medical and Research Foundation and he also served on the boards of The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Seva Canada and The Toronto Foundation. Keith and his wife, Tanja, and their daughter, Kiera, reside in the Beach neighbourhood of Toronto.

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