When I Die: Financial Planning for Life and Death
Written by Garry R. Duncan, B.Comm., F.C.A., CFP.
Published by Carswell Publishing, 2012.
|When I Die: Financial Planning for Life and
Death acts as a useful tool when people are navigating the tax aspects of
their estate and the estate they leave to their families. This book provides
practical tools to the reader, including a central place to record the location
of the will and pertinent contact information, tips and strategies, and
frequently asked questions and answers. These tools work to minimize the
uncertainty and confusion that usually arises when a loved one
When I Die educates readers using a simplified explanation of a rather complex area of tax for the non-professional; it describes the tax implications of death. The benefit to the reader is an improved understanding of what estate planning is, and the opportunity to plan an effective tax strategy to enhance the estate's net worth and minimize taxes on death. This book will help prepare the reader for the intricate process of estate planning and save his/her estate money by reducing the tax burden.
This interactive workbook provides tools for the reader, including:
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