Chetner Essay Contest Now Open


Does International recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital help the prospects for peace in the Middle East?

Participants are expected to present an arguable opinion on this topic. The goal is to convince the reader that one’s opinion is valid and worth pursuing.  Ideas need to be carefully examined and arguments fully developed in logical sequence. Essays will be assessed by different judges based on the following criteria: Use of Language and Focus;  Utilization of Facts and Historical Events; Argument Development; Overall  Persuasiveness.

First Prize is $2,700 – Second Prize is $1,800 – Third Prize is $900


Download Contest Details Here’s 2018 Application & Guidelines


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Making charitable giving part of your estate plan can create a significant philanthropic legacy with minimal impact on the financial inheritance available to your family. The tax dollars you save can be used to build your charitable legacy.

At the time of death of the last surviving spouse, all capital assets, including publicly traded shares, mutual funds, bonds, RRSP, RRIF, LIRA, real estate holdings, and jewellery will be deemed for tax purposes to have been sold at their fair market value. This event will trigger taxes, including capital gains taxes. Charitable donations provided for in your will create tax credits that can be used to offset the taxes due on these deemed dispositions, allowing you to create a philanthropic legacy, reduce taxes owed, and still leave the vast majority of your financial legacy to your family.

The JCFC’s Legacy Calculator demonstrates this concept. By plugging-in readily available financial information, this easy to use tool creates a snap-shot of your estate, showing how planning your giving could reduce the taxes your estate may owe. JCFC does not have access to any of the financial information you input the details of your financial plan remain private. If you and your family would like to learn more, we would be pleased to meet with you and your financial advisors at your convenience.

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