PGRT

 

The Planned Giving Round Table (PGRT)

PGRT brings together professionals from a variety of disciplines who may, at various times, be involved in some aspect of a planned gift to charity. Participants have the opportunity to network, hear from nationally-recognized planned giving and financial experts and enhance their skills by incorporating charitable planning techniques in clients’ tax, financial and estate planning.

Learn more our Planned Giving Round Table (PGRT) for Young Professionals

 

Stupid Charitable Tricks: Planning Mistakes I Have Seen

Presenter: Ramsay H. Slugg, Managing Director of National Wealth Planning Strategies

Most charitable gifts are made directly with cash or marketable securities, and the rules are straightforward. However, when charitable giving involves different assets, or different charitable structures, the opportunities for mistakes increase.

This presentation will review federal income tax rules governing charitable giving, and then explore a myriad of planning mistakes that the presenter has seen over the years. Most of these are honest mistakes, that result when the planning team does not have someone who knows all of the rules surrounding charitable giving.

Wednesday, September 18 | 8:00 a.m. Networking & Breakfast, 8:30 a.m. Program

The Suburban Club
7600 Park Heights Ave

Cost: $25 in advance | $30 at the door

All PGRT programs are eligible for 1 hour of Continuing Education (CE) credits for accountants and certified financial planners.

Questions? Contact Jackie Yahr at jyahr@associated.org or 410-369-9248.

Registration information to follow.

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