Dinner Meeting - Annual Case Study
The February 27, 2013 dinner meeting is our annual case study. A panel of members, representing each of our membership professions (Attorney, CPA, Financial Planner, Insurance Professional and Trust Officer) will discuss a multigenerational wealth transfer. This format allows us to engage diverse perspectives and develop a hypothetical “best solution possible.” The panel/audience discussion will bring up approaches and tactics we might not have considered individually and sharpen our approach to real life client’s needs. Our panel will be moderated by Jose A. Reynoso, TO and will include members from other disciplines. Dinner will be a buffet to allow for more time for discussion.
PRESENTER: Jose A. Reynoso, TO, Esq.
Barber & Associates
RSVP: Even though no dinner choices are required, you must RSVP online in order to give an accurate head count to the Crowne Plaza.
SEATING: We will ask our members to populate the tables so that there is cross discipline discussion. Please look for color coded place settings – match your name tag to a seat.
SCHEDULE: Jose will present the fact patterns of the Case Study. (Extra copies will be available). There will be table leaders to moderate the discussion. Each table will report back periodically during the evening on issues and solutions.
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CONTINUING EDUCATION: Based upon our interpretation of the New York State Board for Public Accountancy regulations, this event will qualify for one (1) CPE credit in Specialized Knowledge. Our New York State CPE Sponsor license number is 000783.
RESERVATION POLICY: In order to be able to give the Crowne Plaza a more accurate count and avoid having the Council pay for meals for members who are not attending, it is respectfully requested that; all attendees register for all meetings no later than the RSVP date and, if necessary, cancel your attendance at a meeting no later than 72 hours prior to such meeting if possible.
RSVP: Friday, February 22, 2013
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