Estate Planning in a Changing Time: Back to the Basics with a Twist
Omaha, NE (PRWEB) June 13, 2010
On June 14, 2010 SilverStone Group will host the Estate Advisor Summit, featuring nationally known experts who will discuss creative estate planning strategies. This invitation-only event will provide a focused review of both time-tested and emerging estate planning strategies, as well as insight on planning in an environment of rising taxes, increasing interest rates and legislative uncertainty. The Estate Advisors Summit will also offer attendees the opportunity to network with other professional advisors on various topics, including disparate strategies used to meet client objectives. The event will conclude with the option to enjoy an afternoon of golf at Omaha Country Club.
The nationally known speakers for the Estate Advisor Summit include Patricia Annino, partner at Prince, Lobel, Glovsky & Tye, L.L.P. in Boston, A. Christopher Sega, partner at Venable L.L.P. in Washington D.C. and John Snider, Associate Counsel and Assistant Vice President of the Advanced Markets Group for John Hancock in Kansas City. The topics will include "Estate Planning in a Changing Time: Back to the Basics with a Twist," "Estate Planning Solutions: Life Insurance and Phantom Assets" and "Planning in a Low Interest Rate Environment: GRATs, Sales to IDGTs and Private Financing."
About SilverStone Group
SilverStone Group is an employee-owned firm with more than 65 years of dedicated service. The company's 185 highly-qualified associates provide human capital consulting, property and casualty, risk management, employee benefits, personal insurance and financial planning services to employers and individuals. Headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, SilverStone Group has additional offices in Lincoln, Nebraska, Council Bluffs, Iowa, West Des Moines, Iowa and Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
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