Non-resident trusts continue to be an available and valid planning device for high net worth Canadians. All the while, in today's highly globalized world, an increasing number of domestic trusts and estates count non-residents of Canada among their beneficiaries. The practical Canadian tax implications of non-resident trusts with ties to Canada, and Canadian trusts with non-resident beneficiaries, are quite often missed or simply misunderstood.
Join Rahul Sharma, a partner with Miller Thomson, for some useful guidance on the use of non-resident trusts, and how to plan with resident trusts when a beneficiary is non-resident. This includes an overview of the interpretation of residency in Canada, reporting obligations and planning tips.
More specifically, topics covered will include:
This webinar will be of most interest to tax practitioners, including tax accountants as lawyers (small and medium-sized firms) as well as financial planners and insurance advisors.
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This webinar is being presented by Rahul Sharma of Miller Thomson LLP:
Rahul Sharma is a partner in Miller Thomson LLP?s Toronto private client services group. He advises Canadian and international clients on a variety of tax, trust, and estate planning matters. Rahul is experienced with cross-border and international trust, tax and estate matters and matters involving offshore or non-resident trusts with ties to Canada. Rahul also regularly counsels clients in the areas of corporate income tax and business succession planning.
Rahul is the co-author of chapters on tax and estate planning-related topics. He is a co-editor of Thomson Reuters? Taxes and Wealth Management publication and the assistant editor of Miller Thomson on Estate Planning, a comprehensive guide to tax and estate planning in Canada. Rahul is also the author of several papers and articles on tax, trust, and Canadian estate matters and a regular presenter on Canadian and cross-border tax and estate planning topics, including as a lecturer for the advanced estate planning course at York University?s Osgoode Hall Law School.