Keep more of what’s rightfully yours -- legally!
When Canadians think of tax havens, they rarely think of the US; but it truly is one of the best options available for Canadians today.
A Canadian's Best Tax Haven: The US proves it by showing readers actual tax situations and comparing taxes paid by a person with exactly the same income living in Canada, the US, and a traditional tax haven.
By the author of the best-selling cross-border tax book The Border Guide: A Guide to Living, Working, and Investing across the Border, this informative book covers the following:
What is a tax haven? Why you might want a tax haven Why traditional tax havens don’t work What some of the prevalent myths about tax havens are and what the truth is Hidden costs of tax havens The US-Canada Tax Treaty Information on cross-border taxes for snowbirds --And more!
This book shows you how to take advantage of tax haven strategies available to Canadians, easily and legally, and reduce your taxes payable. A Canadian’s Best Tax Haven: The US doles out indispensable advice that will help you keep more of what you earn.
About the author
Robert Keats, cfp®, rfp, msfp, is an internationally renowned expert in cross-border financial planning. Keats began his financial planning career in 1976 and is president and major shareholder of the largest financial advisory firm specializing in Canada-US cross-border financial planning. He has been a conributing editor to Canadian MoneySaver and his writing has been featured in The Globe and Mail, National Post, and the Los Angeles Times. He is the publisher of The Sunbelt Canadian newsletter and is on the editorial board for the Canadian Journal of Financial Planning. Keats is the author of The Border Guide, another title published by Self-Counsel Press. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona and can be found at www.keatsconnelly.com.