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Tips for snowbirds flying south Add to ...

Have you always wanted to escape the harsh Canadian winters in favour of the sun-soaked south?

Unfortunately cross-border living doesn't come without its headaches, including buying health insurance and trading currencies.

Financial planner Robert Keats was here to take your questions on the implications of wintering in warmer climes.

Mr. Keats is the founder of Keats, Connelly and Associates, the largest cross-border wealth management firm in North America. His book, The Border Guide, has sold over 70,000 copies and is considered the definitive cross-border financial tool for Canadians living, working and investing in the United States.

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