Cardinal Point specializes in providing cross-border expatriate tax preparation, tax planning and tax compliance services for clients living, working, investing, transitioning residency or conducting business in the United States and Canada.
Cross-Border Wealth Management
Cardinal Point takes a multifaceted approach to providing wealth management solutions in the United States and Canada. Our team of advisors specialize in providing the following cross-border services:
- Customs and Immigration Planning
- Retirement Planning
- Tax Planning and Preparation
- Investment Management
- Estate Planning
- Cash-flow Management
- Transition and Exit Planning
- Risk Management Planning
- Philanthropic Planning
At Cardinal Point, we have the unique registrations and ability to manage integrated cross-border investment portfolios that include all types of accounts in Canada and the United States.
Why Work with a Cross-Border Advisor?
Finding a legally licensed or authorized financial advisor who can provide guidance on both sides of the U.S.-Canada border can be a challenging endeavor. Only a handful of firms adhere to the relevant regulations and have the necessary infrastructure in place. Furthermore, it is a rarity to come across a qualified team exclusively dedicated to addressing Canada-U.S. cross-border financial planning concerns. At Cardinal Point, we stand out from the crowd. We have meticulously crafted a service model and platform tailored to the specific needs of Canadians residing in the United States, U.S. citizens living in Canada, Canada-U.S. dual citizens, as well as American and Canadian expatriates residing abroad. Our specialization in these areas equips us with the expertise to manage all aspects of your Canada-U.S. cross-border financial planning intricacies.
Understand the benefits of working with a Cardinal Point cross-border financial advisor
Americans Living in Canada
As an American residing in Canada, it’s important to make sure your financial affairs are structured properly to avoid double taxation issues and ensure compliance with the laws of both countries.
Canadians Living in the U.S.
Whether you are transitioning residency between Canada and U.S. or you have already made the move but continue to hold investment assets or financial interests in both Canada and the United States, proper cross-border financial planning can integrate and coordinate the asset management of your investments, reduce taxes and maximize your estate.
Expatriates Living Abroad
For those Canadians and Americans moving or living abroad, careful cross-border financial planning considerations must be given to ensure tax and regulatory compliance in both your home and adopted countries.