Income Tax Reduction & Estate Tax Elimination
Join us for an exclusive presentationWWF-Canada supporters are invited to attend an exclusive presentation by planned giving expert Ryan Fraser on how to save money while estate planning.
You will learn how to:
- Minimize or even Eliminate Taxes on your estate.
- Avoid Double Taxation on your “Red” retirement accounts.
- Bypass paying upfront Capital Gains Taxes when selling your investments.
- Convert assets into an Income You Can’t Outlive and leave a Lasting Legacy.
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Registration: 1:30 p.m. | Presentation: 2:00 p.m.
200 Collip Circle - North Room
London, ON N6G 4X6
To ensure your seat, please contact Sarah Zachariah at 416-489-4567 ext 7311 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
TestimonialsOne of the best presentations I’ve seen. Simplicity off the charts."
- M. Berger
"Very clear, well presented and inspirational; didn't talk down to us, and not too complicated, minimum of jargon!"
- P. Cleverley
"Very enlightening. A simple, straightforward walk through quite a complicated process. Advice not to be ignored."
- E. & D. Preston
"As a Certified General Accountant and a licensed mutual fund/life insurance representative, even I learned much new information!"
- E. Hallot
About the speaker
Mr. Fraser combines a unique background and skill set that bridges both the estate planning and charitable industries. He is a past Chair of the Canadian Association of Gift Planners (CAGP) London Roundtable, the regional arm of Canada’s national organization for Planned Giving, and has been a repeat guest speaker for the association’s national conferences. He was founding President of The Secrets of Radar Museum, and has served extensively in leadership positions on boards and committees of numerous not-for-profit organizations including Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada, London Heritage Council, Trillium Plus Music and Letters and many others. He is also president of the London Estate Planner’s Council.
Ryan’s extensive commitment to the not-for-profit sector has also been twice recognized by the Province of Ontario, which awarded him the Ontario Volunteer Service Award in 2009 & 2015. He is a graduate of both the University of Michigan and Western University, where he was awarded the University Gold Medal.
Ryan’s wife Bridget and their three children, Brennan, Liam and Haydn, are his inspiration for philanthropy and community service. He is an avid photographer and astronomer and can often be found madly completing his book on philanthropy.