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  • A Recent U.S. Tax Reform is Impacting Canadians Receiving Alimony
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    A Recent U.S. Tax Reform is Impacting Canadians Receiving Alimony

    In this blog, find out how a recent shift in how the U.S. treats alimony payments has resulted in a difference in tax treatment between the U.S. and Canada on alimony paid and received. After years of an unhappy marriage, John and Kathy decided to separate. Kathy moved to live in Colorado and John remained at his home in Ontario. In January 2019, they fina...

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  • Free and Clear? Understanding Contingent Disposition Costs
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    Free and Clear? Understanding Contingent Disposition Costs

    Often, slow and steady wins the race. After years of saving, it isn’t unusual to have acquired a family cottage, retirement savings in your RRSP, investments accumulating in your business, and a rental property on the side. But if you withdraw the $1,000,000 from your RRSP, will you be left with the whole $1,000,000? If your real estate agent recommends a...

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