Bidens potential tax changes and how it may affect Canadians

November 20, 2020 |Jeremy Goldfarb
Admittedly, the attached PDF could be considered a "big" article. Not so much in terms of its total size, but more in terms of its content. I would strongly suggest that anyone with US exposure of any sort heed some of the advice here and speak with your...
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COVID got you in the mood to sell: Here's how to deal with US property

August 18, 2020 |Jeremy Goldfarb
From the planning desk Our American neighbors have had one heck of a time getting COVID under control, and while many use that opening line to point fingers and launch attacks at those south of our border, I am not here to do that. What I have heard however...
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A short sighted position in my view (Opinion post)

August 20, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
Throughout my career, I have seen a number of financial and tax planning structures driven out of existence for a plethora (I love that word) of reasons. The fundamental rationale behind changes to the law regarding tax and financial planning, is a perceived...
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Crystal ball tax planning

February 07, 2019 |Jeremy Goldfarb
Horror films, can be unnerving, but horror literature? I would recommend Livio Di Matteo’s essay. It compares personal income tax from now to where the tax started (post WW1(ish)). One great difference between now and then is how little revenue the income...
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