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Estate Planning Missteps -Observations from a Grizzled Accountant

On Friday, Canadian Family published the first of a two part-series I wrote titled, "Three big estate-planning
missteps, from a long-time accountant"
. Canadian Family Offices is a new resource for high-net-worth people and the family offices and advisors who manage their finances.

While the target audience of this series includes families that have their own family or multi-family office and high-net-worth individuals, the discussion is applicable, at least in part, to anyone whether your estate is $100,000 or $100,000,000.

The article can be found here

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