Tired of the government taxing all of your hard-earned money? Looking for legal methods that allow you to keep your money in your hands at all times? Then Alex Doulis’s newest edition of Take Your Money And Run! is the book for you.
Newly revised to accommodate the recent changes made to the Income Tax Act since the first of eight printings hit the shelves in 1994, Alex Doulis’s 2006 edition of Take Your Money And Run! offers readers easy and legitimate alternatives on how to shed one’s residency to legally avoid paying taxes in Canada.
Delving into the intricacies of the Income Tax Act as it refers to Canadian citizens living abroad, Doulis’s latest book invites the reader to journey to Spain with Stewart — an investment banker — to learn how his friend, Angelo, has successfully managed to invest his money and RRSPs offshore, live leisurely, and rid himself of the financial burden of paying income tax — all while maintaining Canadian citizenship.
Having already sold over 135,000 copies in past editions, Take Your Money And Run! is a proven best seller. It is an excellent manual for traveling Canadians and aging boomers looking to cash-in on their well-deserved financial earnings.
Born in Vancouver in 1939, Alex Doulis worked as a mathematician in the early days of computers before entering the investment industry where he toiled for 19 years. He has spent the past ten years living tax-free on his yacht in the Mediterranean and travelling.
Published: February 2007
Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 in.