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Tim Cestnick

Managing director, Advanced Wealth Planning, Scotiabank, and founder, WaterStreet Family Offices

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Transferring a cottage after you're gone: Five options

Getting one’s estate planning in order before their death can alleviate a lot of worry and work for grieving families, which is why it only makes sense to investigate your options with any heirs before it’s too late

Jul 16, 2015

Flipping houses? There are tax criteria to keep in mind

If you’re going to buy and flip a property for a profit, take a careful look at the criteria the courts – and taxman – will consider when taxing you. If you hope to use the ‘principal residence exemption,’ the property must be a capital property in your hands – not business inventory – and you have to ordinarily inhabit the property

Jun 07, 2015

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Tim Cestnick is managing director of Advanced Wealth Planning, Scotiabank Global Wealth Management, and founder, WaterStreet Family Offices.

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