What’s Hot and What’s Not . . . In Estate Planning, Life Insurance, Financial, Elder, and Business Planning

Date: Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Time: 11:30am - 1:45pm
Location: Bacari Grill
Speaker: Alan Davidson, Esq., Partner, Davidson, Sochor, Ragsdale & Cohen, LLC

It is once again time for one of our most popular annual events – What’s Hot and What’s Not – with none other than Alan Davidson, Esq. As you know, this annual May luncheon has always been one of our most popular and widely attended events, and rightfully so as it’s always been extremely informative and a great event -- and this year -- it will be even more popular and more informative. We have no New Jersey Estate Tax. However, we have a new Governor. We have new "doubled" Federal Exemptions. We have "SALT" problems. This is going to be a don't miss event.

Alan is a Past-President of the GNJEPC and always has a great deal of material to present on. Alan’s presentation will educate us on what’s been hot and what’s not for the past year, today, and moving forward. Alan will tell us about some new hot topics and update us on other ones. If you’ve attended in the past, you know this is one of the most informative – and entertaining – events offered during the year.

Alan Davidson, Esq. is well known in the NJ arena and is one of the leading practitioners in the field. Alan is also one of the most respected and most well-liked professionals in our industry. Alan will cover a great deal, of everything – from big tax court cases, to laws and legislation, recent developments, new and exciting strategies and techniques, what’s going on in NJ, the good, the bad and the ugly – in the world of estate and gift planning, financial, elder care, insurance and business planning. Alan always picks the most current and germane topics and educates the 

audience so that everyone is aware of the most important things going on in our industry.

This is a don’t miss and can’t miss event – so register early as seating is limited this event has always been a sell-out.

 

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