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Tax Event Gifts
Presented by: Malcolm Burrows, Scotia Wealth Management

The best time for a donor to give a large gift is when he or she has a significant tax event.   Tax events include major asset sales – like business interests, option exercises or real estate – as well as death itself.    This session by one of Canada’s most experienced gift planners explores the practical, tax and behavioral issues of integrating philanthropy into time-sensitive transactions involving the disposition of assets.

 

Tax Event Gifts
Presented by: Malcolm Burrows, Scotia Wealth Management

The best time for a donor to give a large gift is when he or she has a significant tax event.   Tax events include major asset sales – like business interests, option exercises or real estate – as well as death itself.    This session by one of Canada’s most experienced gift planners explores the practical, tax and behavioral issues of integrating philanthropy into time-sensitive transactions involving the disposition of assets.

Tax Event Gifts
Presented by: Malcolm Burrows, Scotia Wealth Management

The best time for a donor to give a large gift is when he or she has a significant tax event.   Tax events include major asset sales – like business interests, option exercises or real estate – as well as death itself.    This session by one of Canada’s most experienced gift planners explores the practical, tax and behavioral issues of integrating philanthropy into time-sensitive transactions involving the disposition of assets.

Tax Event Gifts
Presented by: Malcolm Burrows, Scotia Wealth Management

The best time for a donor to give a large gift is when he or she has a significant tax event.   Tax events include major asset sales – like business interests, option exercises or real estate – as well as death itself.    This session by one of Canada’s most experienced gift planners explores the practical, tax and behavioral issues of integrating philanthropy into time-sensitive transactions involving the disposition of assets.

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