Income Tax Reduction and Estate Tax Elimination webinar
An exclusive presentation on how to save taxes in estate planning
Hosted by financial expert Keith Thomson
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Reserved spaces are complimentary, but space is limited to 30 people. Please contact Ryan Armstrong, planned giving coordinator, to secure your virtual seat today!
1-877-231-3552 ext. 2254
You will learn:
- The key to a positive pandemic mindset.
- How to change your estate plans during this COVID-19 environment.
- How to save taxes and leave more to charity.
- The five actions to protect you, your family and your estate.
- How to minimize or even eliminate taxes on your estate
Keith Thomson, Certified Financial Planner
Keith Thomson is an internationally recognized financial educator, author and consultant, specializing in estate and charitable tax planning. He is the author of What Was Your Great Grandmother’s Name? Fifty Thoughts On How Canadian Philanthropy Can Transform You, Your Family And Your Community. His numerous articles have appeared in publications such as The Globe and Mail and CPA Magazine, which is read monthly by over 90,000 Chartered Professional Accountants. Hundreds of lawyers, accountants, financial advisors and philanthropic professionals have also benefited from his instruction.
Keith is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) and a Chartered Investment Manager (CIM®). He is also a Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute (FSCI®), and more recently has earned the Master Financial Advisor-Philanthropy (MFA-PTM) designation. 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 have already redirected more than $50 million of their social capital, also known as taxes.
For over five years he was chair of The African Medical and Research Foundation and has also served on the boards of The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Seva Canada and The Toronto Foundation. Keith and his wife, Tanja, their daughter, Kiera, and their dog, Haggis, reside in the Beaches neighbourhood of Toronto.