Retirement assets often represent a substantial portion of a taxpayer’s wealth. The retirement assets may be accumulated in a 401(k) plan, 403(b) arrangement, in another kind of qualified plan, or in an IRA. Regardless of the retirement arrangement involved, the tax consequences of making the right move at the right time can be financially beneficial – or, conversely, financially hazardous – for the taxpayer and the taxpayer’s family.
This program will help you avoid common errors when dealing with retirement assets during your client’s lifetime and after your client’s death. Tax planning with retirement assets including integrating retirement assets in an estate plan will be discussed.
The program is designed for CPAs, attorneys, or financial planners who have clients with substantial retirement assets
Do you have the knowledge to answer these questions? If not, this event is right for you.
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of tax planning with retirement assets
NY City Bar Association
42 West 44th Street
New York, New York 10036
$179 $159 if registered by Monday, November 18, 2018!
This program qualifies for up to 4 CPE credits in Taxation.
CLE credit for 4 hours in Professional Practice, nontransitional. The CLE course provider is IRG Publications. You will receive an electronic copy of the presentation in advance of the program, which is your reference material. Certificate of Attendance from IRG Publications, the CLE course provider, will be sent to attorney attendees electronically within 20 days after the program, using the New York CLE Certificate of Attendance. If an attendee is attending from a state other than New York, it will be the responsibility of the attendee to verify with their local State Bar Association regarding the acceptance and amount of individual courses for CLE credit.
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