Insider Briefing Events for Professional Advisors
Our Insider Briefings cover the latest giving strategies, current trends in philanthropy and best practices for advising clients on philanthropy. We are pleased to offer continuing education credits (CLE, CFP, CPA) at these free events.
To register for an upcoming event, email our Philanthropic Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Insider Briefing: Partnering with a Community Foundation
11 a.m. - 12 p.m., virtual
Insider Briefing: What Clients Want to Discuss with their Advisors
12 - 1 p.m., virtual
Insider Briefing: Creative Charitable Planning with Non-Cash Assets: A Case Study Approach
you help a client who wants to donate farmland, mineral rights or a vacation
home to their favorite nonprofits? Non-cash assets such as real estate, closely
held stock and collectibles are estimated to be a $40-$60 trillion market; yet
non-cash assets represent less than 2% of all charitable gifts.
Having a thorough understanding of charitable planning techniques is critical when assisting clients with charitable giving and tax planning. Join Bryan Clontz and learn how you can maximize your clients’ deductions through untapped assets such as real estate, privately held C corporations, S corporations, LLCs, limited partnerships and other unique assets.
Insider Briefing: Estate Planning in the Age of COVID-19
Diana L. Marianetti, attorney at Maslon LLP, shared her expertise in helping individuals and families plan for both the expected and unexpected. Diana shared must-have estate planning documents in the age of COVID-19, how to safely sign them, and how future events, like the upcoming elections, may affect your clients' financial plans.
Insider Briefing: Minnesota: The 2020 Elections & Beyond
The 2020 election cycle is generating widespread interest as Americans prepare to vote amidst some of the most tumultuous circumstances in modern history. In this webinar, hear from David Schultz, Professor of Political Science and Legal Studies at Hamline University and Professor of Law at the University of Minnesota, as he examines the issues, factors at play in upcoming state and national elections and possible outcomes for 2021 and beyond.