good day all,i am a us citizen living/working in canada. i have every intention of returning to the states sometime in the next few years.i just heard of a thing called a departure tax, where canada will take a 25% (i think) bite out of my investments, even though i haven't actually received any capital gains return.that hurts, it costs me a quarter of my net worth just to get out of canada!to the point, is there any investment structure which would help minimize the tax implications of returning to the US? holding company, limited partnership, others?in the same line of thinking, what would be the best option for managing investments in a cross border situation like mine? should the i hold the portfolio in canada as part of my personal estate, park it in the US in a holding co. etc. etc. etc.???any information would be greatly appreciated.thanks.c.
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