Join us for an exclusive virtual presentation on Tuesday, November 9, 2021
Scarborough Health Network Foundation supporters are invited to attend an exclusive virtual presentation by financial expert Tina Tehranchian on how to save money while estate planning.
Date: Tuesday, November 9th, 2021
Webinar Presentation: 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Reserved spaces are complimentary, but space is limited.
A Live Webinar Presentation – No Recording Will Be Made Available
Instructions, link & password will be sent once you have registered for the event.
You will learn how:
- To minimize or even Eliminate Taxes on your estate.
- To Avoid Double Taxation on your “Red” retirement accounts.
- To Bypass paying upfront Capital Gains Taxes when selling your investments.
- To 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 Charity.
Tina Tehranchian is a much sought-after speaker and a nationally recognized financial educator, writer and consultant specializing in estate and charitable tax planning. Her highly acclaimed industry comments and advice have been printed in The Wall Street Journal, The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, The National Post, and Yahoo Finance. Tina is also a frequent contributor to the Canadian Business Journal and has been featured on CBC, CTV and BNN.
Since 1991, Tina’s counsel and assistance has helped entrepreneurs, professionals and retirees save over $30 Million in estate taxes while at the same time, increase their overall income and support philanthropic organizations of their choice.
Tina is always actively involved within her community and has served as a governor of Seneca College, trustee of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, director of Mackenzie Health Foundation, director of Art Canada Institute and member of the Research Campaign Cabinet, Planned Giving Advisory Committee and Fundraising Advisory Board of The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation. She currently serves as the chair of ONE LIFE gala for The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.