The Canadian in America: Real-Life Tax and Financial Insights into Moving and Living in the U.S.
|This book is an invaluable resource for Canadians who have married
U.S. citizens; moved for their employment; are professional athletes or
entertainers; are simply seeking a warmer climate to retire to; or are U.S.
citizens moving back home from Canada.
Approximately 50,000 Canadians move to the U.S. every year. Already, there are hundreds of thousands of ex-Canadians living south of the border. The similarity in language, currency, culture, services, and products of these two countries can lead Canadians in the U.S. to mistakenly think that its laws and customs are also the same. It is these areas where The Canadian in America will be crucial to anyone either contemplating a move or already living in the U.S. The issues associated with moving to the U.S. are astounding, yet thousands of Canadians or returning Americans move from Canada to the U.S. annually with little or no understanding of these complexities.
|The Canadian in America answers all of these questions and
more, focusing on the eight areas of transition planning: immigration, customs,
cash management, income tax, retirement, estate planning, risk management and
About the authors: Brian D. Wruk, MBA, CFP(U.S.), CFP(Canada), TEP, was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, but moved between Canada and the U.S. on several occasions, Now a dual Canada-U.S. citizen, Brian and his partner Terry F. Ritchie, CFP(U.S.), RFP(Canada), TEP, EA, specialize in helping Canadian residents make the transition to the U.S.
Written by Brian D. Wruk; with Terry F. Ritchie. Published by ECW Press, 2007.
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