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March 1, 2016

Barclay Damon Attorneys to Present at the Neurose Business Seminar: U.S. Canada Cross Border Tax & Estate Planning

Barclay Damon Attorneys Eileen M. Martin and Charles E. Telford will be presenting at the Neurose Business Seminar on March 1, 2016 in Burlington, Ontario. Martin will be presenting "Eliminating US tax reporting by renunciation or relinquishment of US Citizenship. Opportunities, perils and pitfalls" and Telford will be presenting on the topic of U.S. tax and estate planning issues for Canadian ownership of US real estate and investment assets.

The event promises an informative and interactive breakfast seminar that will discuss foreign account tax compliance, including, FATCA and FBAR required by US  persons living in Canada, various methods to surrender U.S. Citizenship and tax & estate planning issues for Canadians who own U.S. real estate and investments.

The cost is: $35

To Register: Contact Saniye Yilmaz  at 647-558-1943 or 


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