Income Tax Reduction & Estate Tax Elimination Presentation

Join us for an exclusive presentation on Income Tax Reduction & Estate Tax Elimination seminar at Cortellucci Vaughan Hospital on Tuesday, October 3, from 2 to 4 p.m., hosted by Tina Tehranchian, Wealth Advisor and Philanthropist.

During this one-hour presentation, you will discover the significance of planned giving and gain insights on the following:

  • Reducing or eliminating taxes on your estate and contributing more to charity;
  • Avoiding double taxation on retirement accounts;
  • Skipping upfront capital gains taxes when selling your investments;
  • Adapting your estate plans to the virtual environment; and
  • Transforming assets into a life-long income stream and creating a lasting legacy.

We sincerely hope that you will join us and learn how to unlock the power of planned giving to leave a lasting legacy for the benefit of your loved ones and for generations to come.

Registration will begin at 1:30, presentation at 2, followed by question period and light refreshments.

Visitor parking is available in the parking structure and lots at the west side of the hospital. Complimentary parking vouchers will be provided following the event.

The Giovanni and Anna De Gasperis ♢ Eugene and Eva Kohn Learning Centre is located on the east side of the hospital, near the Vic De Zen Family Welcome Centre main lobby.

Light refreshments will be served.   


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About our host Tina Terhanchian

Picture of Tina TehranchianTina Tehranchian is a much sought-after speaker and a nationally recognized financial educator, writer and consultant specializing in estate and charitable tax planning. Her highly acclaimed industry comments and advice have been printed in the Wall Street Journal, The Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, the National Post, and Yahoo Finance. Tina is also a frequent contributor to the Canadian Business Journal and has been featured on CBC, CTV and BNN.

Since 1991, Tina’s counsel and assistance has helped entrepreneurs, professionals and retirees save over $30-million in estate taxes while at the same time, increase their overall income and support philanthropic organizations of their choice.

Tina is always actively involved within her community and has served as a governor of Seneca College, trustee of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, director of Mackenzie Health Foundation, director of Art Canada Institute and member of the Research Campaign Cabinet, Planned Giving Advisory Committee and Fundraising Advisory Board of The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation. Tina was the co-founder and co-chair of the Joy of Aging fundraiser for Mackenzie Health Foundation from 2009 to 2019 and she currently serves as the chair of ONE LIFE gala for The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre.