Month: November 2017

U.S. Tax Reform Moves Forward at Breakneck Speed

No doubt many U.S. legislators were chewing on tax reform over the U.S. Thanksgiving weekend, as well as enjoying their turkey, as unprecedented momentum is moving U.S reforms ahead at breakneck speed demonstrating Congress’s desire to complete tax reform before year end. The proposed changes will be the most significant

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Acting as an Executor or Attorney: Starting Out on the Right Foot

One of the questions we often get asked by people who are planning their estates or for incapacity is who they should appoint to be the executors of their will or their substitute decision makers if they become incapable. (In Ontario, substitute decision makers during incapacity are known as attorneys

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