London Area Income Tax Reduction and Estate Tax Elimination Webinar
Find out how to save taxes in estate planning
Tuesday, November 16, 2021
7 p.m.–8 p.m. Eastern Time
Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) supporters are invited to attend an exclusive presentation by financial expert Ryan Fraser on the many tax benefits when planning for your estate.
You will learn how:
- to minimize or even eliminate taxes on your estate;
- to change your estate plans during this COVID-19 environment;
- to avoid double taxation on your “red” retirement accounts;
- to bypass paying upfront capital gains taxes when selling your investments;
- to convert assets into an income you can’t outlive, and leave a lasting legacy; and
- our government wants you to save taxes and leave more to charity.
Reserved spaces are complimentary but limited. Contact Ryan Armstrong to secure your virtual seat today at 1-877-231-3552 ext. 2254 or email@example.com.
Ryan Fraser is the author of Driven By Purpose: 32 Remarkable Stories about Growing your Wealth and Leaving a Transformational Legacy, published by Milner and Associates.
Ryan is a nationally known financial planning and philanthropy expert, with an extensive background as a leader, volunteer and founder of many charitable organizations. He specializes in working with individuals who wish to incorporate their personal value system into their financial planning experience. He is past president of the Estate Planner Council of London, and a past chair of the Canadian Association of Gift Planners (CAGP) London Roundtable. He is also a faculty member for the new MFA-P™ (Master Financial Advisor – Philanthropy) program.
Ryan was founding president of The Secrets of Radar Museum and has served extensively in leadership positions on boards and committees of numerous not-for-profit organizations. Ryan’s extensive commitment to the not-for-profit sector has also been twice recognized by the Province of Ontario, which awarded him the Ontario Volunteer Service Award in both 2009 and 2015.
He is a graduate of both the University of Michigan and the University of Western Ontario, where he was awarded the University Gold Medal. Beyond his passion for philanthropy and finance, he is also an award-winning astrophotographer, who has been featured by Canada’s national astronomy magazine SkyNews, and also has had his timelapses of Northern Lights featured across Canada on CTV News. Ryan’s wife, Bridget, and their three children, Brennan, Liam and Haydn, are his inspiration for philanthropy and community service.