Don’t let the CRA be your beneficiary when you die – The Globe and Mail



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Don’t let the CRA be your beneficiary when you die
The Globe and Mail
“That’s because at the time of death, the tax-free nature of the plan ceases,” says Caroline Kiva, a lawyer specializing in estate planning with Pitblado Law in Winnipeg. “The earnings in the plan become taxable from the time of death onward.” Taxes on

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