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Income Tax Reduction & Estate Tax Elimination

Join us on Tuesday March 26th at 7 pm (CST) for an exclusive live virtual presentation, Income Tax Reduction & Estate Tax Elimination.

Jay Stark will be presenting on:

  • How to minimize or even eliminate taxes on your estate.
  • How to change your estate plans in this new virtual environment.
  • How to avoid double taxation on your “Red” retirement accounts.
  • How to bypass paying upfront capital gains taxes when selling your investments.
  • How to convert assets into an income you can’t outlive and leave a lasting legacy.
  • How our government wants you to save taxes and leave more to charity.

Do not miss this opportunity to hear one of our area's most knowledgeable, entertaining, and engaging speakers on the topic of how you can save income and minimize estate taxes.

Reserved spaces are complimentary, but space is limited.

If you need help registering please contact Dave Parkalub at 306-667-3044 or email for assistance.

This is a live webinar presentation - No recording will be made available.

Instructions, link, and passcode will be emailed to you the day before the event.


About the presenter:
Jay Stark has been successfully advising individuals, families and business owners on how to significantly reduce their income and estate taxes for 25 years. His presentations further expand on these key strategies and take full advantage of the tax incentives our government has created to encourage charitable giving. His counsel and expertise have helped hundreds of families realize their goals of giving back and create a lasting legacy.

Impacting a number of different communities in a positive way has always been important to Jay. From meeting his family’s sponsored child in Nicaragua through Compassion Canada, to being a Kinsmen member and working behind the scenes on their Telemiracle committee where he experienced first hand the impact we can have.

Jay has been married to his high school sweetheart, Sheri, for over 25 years, and they have two daughters, Lexie and Sydney. Lexie and Sydney are pursuing their education at Edwards School of Business. Jay loves to explore with his family by going on long canoe adventures in Northern Saskatchewan, being sure to stop at Barker Island, a favourite spot they visit each year.