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New Book from Cross-border Financial Planning Expert Proves That the U.S. is the Best Tax Haven
“A CANADIAN’S BEST TAX HAVEN: The U.S. – Take Your Money and DRIVE” Points Out Erroneous Beliefs About Tax Shelters and Tax Laws Surrounding Retirement Planning
“Approximately 1,000 Canadian baby boomers retire each day, seeking answers to their questions regarding the important lifestyle and financial decisions they face,” said Keats. “Unfortunately, perpetuated myths about Canadians wishing to use the U.S. for lifestyle and tax reduction strategies prevent Canadians from getting a complete picture of what they need in order to make the best choices for themselves and their families. This is why this book is a real eye-opening experience.”
Published by Self-Counsel Press, A Canadian’s Best Tax Haven: The US – Take Your Money and DRIVE! is a financial non-fiction that simply and directly guides readers towards a prosperous future, by uncovering and dispelling the misinformation circulated by many Canadian advisors.
As a result of such myths, an overwhelming amount of high net worth Canadians seeking relief from high Canadian taxes are commonly and erroneously counseled by large accounting and law firms to relocate offshore to the tax haven islands. These individuals and families suffer a decline in their desired lifestyles and the majority of them do not realize the disadvantages until the move has already been made.
Keats’ new book proves that despite popular belief, using the United States as a tax haven will enable people to retain what is rightfully theirs. A Canadian’s Best Tax Haven provides an easy-to-read discussion of actual tax situations and comparison of taxes paid by a person with the exact same income living in Canada, the U.S. and a traditional island tax haven.
Written by KeatsConnelly President who also authored the best-selling cross-border book, The Border Guide: A Guide to Living, Working and Investing Across the Border, this new edifying book covers the following:
• What is a tax haven?
• Why a tax haven might be something you want
• Why traditional tax havens do not work
• What some of the prevalent myths surrounding tax havens are and what the truth is about them
• Hidden costs of tax havens
• The U.S. – Canada Treaty
This new release illustrates for readers the steps to be taken to make the most of tax haven strategies accessible to Canadians and reduce taxes payable, painlessly and legally. A Canadian’s Best Tax Haven offers invaluable advice that will aid those with a cross-border lifestyle in keeping what they have earned, solely by driving across the border and following a few simple rules.
Keats published A Canadian’s Best Tax Haven resting on the success of his first book, The Border Guide, now in its 10th edition. The book was written to assist U.S. Citizens and Canadians in avoiding the undesirable surprises that can surface when completing basic financial transactions or purchasing real estate across the border. With over 70,000 copies sold, The Border Guide is considered to be the definitive and comprehensive cross-border financial planning tool for Canadians working, investing and living in the United States.
Both books are available online at Self-Counsel.com or through Amazon.com. For additional information, please visit www.KeatsConnelly.com.
KeatsConnelly is the largest and most experienced Canada-U.S. cross-border wealth management firm in the United States specializing in assisting Canadians and Americans living a cross-border lifestyle. We simplify the lives of high net worth Canadians living and working in Canada and the United States by providing complete and customized cross-border tax, financial planning and investment management services to assist our clients in realizing their dream of a cross-border lifestyle. With offices in Phoenix, AZ, Boynton Beach, FL and Calgary, AB, Canada, we have unmatched cross-border expertise. For more information, please visit www.keatsconnelly.com.
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