Estate and charitable tax planning event | WWF-Canada
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Income Tax Reduction & Estate Tax Elimination


Join us for an exclusive presentation

WWF-Canada supporters are invited to attend an exclusive presentation by planned giving expert Keith Thomson 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.
  • Our government wants you to save taxes and leave more to your estate!

Wednesday April 18, 2018
Registration: 5:30 p.m. | Presentation: 6:00 p.m.

WWF Office
410 Adelaide St W., Suite 400
Toronto, ON M5V 1S8


Seats are COMPLIMENTARY, but limited. Please contact Maya Ahmad at 416-489-8800 ext 7263 or by email at



One 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
Keith Thomson, Estate and Charitable Tax Planning Expert

About the speaker

Keith Thomson is an internationally recognized financial educator, author, and
consultant, specializing in estate and charitable tax planning. Keith has authored the book, “What Was Your Great Grandmother’s Name? Fifty Thoughts On How Canadian Philanthropy Can Transform You, Your Family And Your Community”. His numerous articles have appeared in publications such as The Globe and Mail (and CPA Magazine).

Keith’s presentations expand on the strategies he has developed to take full
advantage of the tax incentives our government has created to encourage
charitable giving. The expertise that Keith offers in his presentations to
entrepreneurs, professionals, and retirees has already redirected more than $30
million of their social capital … also known as taxes.

Keith currently serves on the board of Seva Canada whose mission is to restore sight and prevent blindness indeveloping countries. For over five years he was chair of The African Medical and Research Foundation and has also served on the boards of The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery and The Toronto Foundation. Keith and his wife, Tanja, and their daughter, Kiera, reside in the Beach neighbourhood of Toronto.