Here’s how wealthy Canadians will give their families some $ 2.8 trillion this decade

Immediately after discovering that some Canadians are quick to help their children buy a home, a new report takes an even closer look at the lives of wealthier Canadians. As it turns out, wealthy Canadians are preparing to give their families an astounding $ 2.8 trillion this decade, one way or another.

As evidenced by a new report from Investors Group, there are some 913,000 Canadian households with at least $ 1 million in wealth to invest, which represents a whopping 4.2 tonnes. Open the definition up to “total assets” (which includes cars, art, family businesses, etc.), and that number jumps to $ 11.9t.

So there is a lot of money flowing through the richest families in Canada. And since a good chunk of those people are over 70, IG wanted to review their plans for the next 8 years or so. What they found even made our eyes pop.

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That’s because this decade (2020-2030) wealthy Canadians plan to donate some $ 2.8t to their families, one way or another. First transfers during life and transfers between households.

Basically, these transfers cover two things: giving money to children or others during one’s lifetime and transferring money / property to family members upon the death of a spouse / parent. Together, these two types of transfers add up to nearly $ 1.64 trillion.

Next are intergenerational transfers, which occur when the surviving parent / spouse dies. Right now, taxes and other financial problems are much bigger, but even so, it’s an additional $ 1,207 trillion to come. Yeah, we’re talking big sums of money here.

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Now you might be wondering how much actually goes to taxes and the like, and IG has that number too! In both categories, wealthy Canadians will give $ 139 billion in taxes, fees (lawyers, planners, etc.) and “third parties”. To put that in context, it’s just under 5% of literally trillions of dollars.

And there we worry about paying the rent! What’s the next plan? Find a wealthy family and see if they are ready to adopt us because that must be easier than reaching their level if we pay 25% or whatever a year for our jobs under $ 100,000 /year.

To consult the report in its entirety, which is sure to make you feel sensations, right click here.

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