THIS HALF-DAY WORKSHOP IS FOR YOU
- Conservation organizations serving regions with priority conservation properties owned by Americans
- Lawyers, accountants, and real estate agents representing US taxpayers who own Canadian real estate
- US taxpayers who want to protect their property in Canada
- Basics of Canadian tax issues and benefits from the perspective of a U.S. taxpayer
- Basics of U.S. tax issues and benefits, and how they interface with the Canadian system
- What U.S. landowners, lawyers, accountants, and financial planners need to know
- Why “I am just going to give my land to my kids” can be a very expensive mistake
- The value of a U.S. tax deduction
- When an Ecological Gift may be the best option
- How and when American Friends of Canadian Conservation can be a valuable partner
- Sandra Tassel, Program Coordinator, American Friends of Canadian Conservation
- Bonnie Sutherland, Executive Director, Nova Scotia Nature Trust
- Allen Campbell, Partner, Real Estate and Property Team, Boyne Clark LLP, Nova Scotia
- Kaz Nesbitt, Senior Manager, Tax, Grant Thornton LLP, Ontario
Date, time and location
The workshop will be from 8:30-11:30 on October 24th – the first morning of the Canadian Land Trust Summit, at the Ottawa Marriott. American Friends of Canadian Conservation is producing this free learning opportunity.
REGISTER TODAY FOR THE CROSS-BORDER CONSERVATION WORKSHOP AT THE CANADIAN LAND TRUST SUMMIT WEBSITE. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO ATTEND THE SUMMIT.
You will receive an invitation to participate via Zoom if you are not attending the Summit.
For more information contact Sandra Tassel, Program Coordinator, American Friends of Canadian Conservation firstname.lastname@example.org, 360-515-7171