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How to Build a Tax-Saving Transition Plan - Vineland

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How to Build a Tax-Saving Transition Plan - Vineland

Time: January 10, 2019 from 10am to 2pm
Location: West Niagara Agricultural Centre & Fairgrounds - Community Hall
Street: 7402 Mud Street W
City/Town: Grassie, ON L0R 1M0
Website or Map: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/h…
Event Type: seminar
Organized By: Farm Credit Canada
Latest Activity: Dec 18, 2018

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Lance Stockbrugger will help you discover the strategies behind farm transferplans that make farm transfer easier and save tax at the same time. You'll learn the fundamentals of transition planning, and how starting the process today can give you important flexibility down the road.  
  
Highlights:  
Discover common fears that get in the way of transition planning   
Learn how business structure can help transition farm assets while minimizing overall taxes   
Get strategies to control and creditor-protect your assets even while the next generation uses them    
Examine salary strategies that maximize after-tax cash flow   
Learn how to use your capital gains exemption to reduce anxiety   
Identify tax traps and learn how you can avoid them

Lunch is included.

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