Toronto philanthropic financial advisor Keith Thomson will hold several presentations on estate and charitable tax planning in April.
Online PR News – 12-March-2013 – Toronto, Canada – Keith Thomson, philanthropic financial advisor, speaker, and author of the book What Was Your Great Grandmother’s Name" will give several informative and insightful presentations on income tax reduction and estate tax elimination during the month of April.
Keith’s highly regarded presentations will cover how to eliminate taxes on an estate, avoid double taxation on “Red” retirement accounts, and bypass paying capital gains taxes upfront when selling investments. In addition, presentation guests will find out how to convert assets into a lasting income and leave an enduring legacy.
Keith has helped numerous professionals, entrepreneurs, and retirees understand and take advantage of a better approach to estate planning. His presentations have been called “eye opening,” “very informative,” and “an excellent overview on how to leave your heirs and a worthwhile cause more money than you had planned.”
Keith’s passion for philanthropy-based financial planning stems from the realization that he and all other Canadians benefit immensely from the contributions of wealth, hard work, and wisdom of previous generations. This realization prompted him to make his own contributions to make a difference. Not only can philanthropy establish a profound sense of personal satisfaction in the giver, it can positively affect an individual’s finances, including by reducing taxes. Guests of Keith’s presentations will learn the transformative effect that philanthropy can have on a personal, charitable, and financial level.
The presentations are scheduled to take place on April 3, 4, and 23 in Toronto. Seats are limited. Register for a complimentary seat at an upcoming presentation by visiting http://philanthropymatters.ca/my-presentations/ or calling 416-681-7152.
To learn more about Keith Thomson and philanthropic financial advising, visit his website.
About Keith Thomson: Keith Thomson is an internationally recognized financial educator, author and consultant, specializing in estate and charitable tax planning. Thomson recently authored the book What Was Your Great Grandmother’s Name? – 50 Thoughts On How Canadian Philanthropy Can Transform You, Your Family And Your Community, and his numerous articles have appeared in publications such as The Globe and Mail and CAmagazine. Hundreds of lawyers, accountants, financial advisors and philanthropic professionals have all benefited from his instruction. By utilizing the strategies revealed in Thomson's presentations, entrepreneurs, professionals and retirees have been able to save and redirect to philanthropic organizations over $10 million of their "social capital," also known as taxes. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery and, for over five years, was chair of The African Medical and Research Foundation. Keith has also acted in various leadership roles in the community, including as a past board member of The Toronto Community Foundation.