Many clients are choosing to retire to other countries - lured by a comfortable climate and scenic views or a desire to return to their homeland. You can provide information and advice to help these clients navigate the many necessary decisions
Clients who winter in the warmer U.S. states need to be aware of several important requirements in order to remain on the right side of U.S. and Canadian authorities. Owners of foreign property will have to take extra precautions
Terry Ritchie, director of Cross-Border Wealth Services with Cardinal Point Wealth Management, explains why it's important for snowbirds to keep count of their days in the U.S., particularly now that Canada and the U.S. are sharing more travel information on each other's citizens.