Come to the Saturday January 25 Information Session in Downtown Toronto

This meeting will be held January 25 at 12:00 noon at 100 St. Joseph St. M5S 1J4 (Near Museum subway)

Go also to the post on Brock for other comments on this and on later information sessions in other cities:

http://isaacbrocksociety.ca/2014/01/14/solving-the-problems-of-u-s-citizenship-information-sessions/

The meeting is organized by a small group of Canadians who are concerned with the treatment of U.S.-Canadians by U.S. Congress and the IRS.

The meeting is also a response to OutragedCanadian’s post that information is needed to help US people in Canada make decisions about their lives and financial security.

The speaker, Toronto lawyer John Richardson, will outline concerns of Canadians impacted by the US extra-territorial tax laws and help you identify and understand your options.

UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD YOU CALL A TAX PROFESSIONAL FOR HELP BEFORE FIRST EDUCATING YOURSELF.

7 thoughts on “Come to the Saturday January 25 Information Session in Downtown Toronto

  1. IRSCompliantForever

    Dpender, we are looking forward to seeing you there with family and friends.

    Weatherperson calls for just light snow that day but you might want to bring sturdy boots!

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  2. dpender

    Thanks! I’ll be there, possibly with a family member and a friend, in case that indicates a possible overflow attendance!

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  3. Blaze

    Thanks for posting that IRS Compliant.

    Please note everyone sessions are also planned in other locations:

    Kingston, Saturday, February 1, 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm (Delahaye Room – Kingston Frontenac Central Library)
    Montreal, Sunday, February 2 (Tentative)
    Vancouver, BC, (Tentative – Details will be available by January 31/14)
    London, ON – Saturday February 8- Time and Location TBA
    Waterloo, ON, Saturday, March 8, 4:00 pm

    London, UK, Sunday, March 2, 2:00 pm

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    1. Blaze

      My understanding is the presenter has asked that there be no recording or taping of the session. I understand the reasons for that, but that means not as many people will be able to learn from the session.

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