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Join Us for a Timely Webinar

New webinars from the Office of Gift Planning are planned as we all adjust to a new reality due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Mark your calendars to join us on:

  • May 6, when G. Scott Clemons ’90, a partner and chief investment strategist for Private Wealth Management with Brown Brothers Harriman, is on tap to consider “The Economy and Markets in the Time of the Coronavirus.”
  • May 19, when consultant Gary Snerson of Charitable Solutions will lead a panel on charitable gifts of real estate.

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  • June 4, when Charles “Skip” Fox ’75, partner at McGuireWoods, will provide an overview of the CARES Act.

Register to tune in for the May 9 webinar at 11 a.m. Eastern Standard Time — or, if that time is not convenient, register to receive a recording of the webinar.

Additionally, Gift Planning will be adding programs to the 1746 Society Webinar Series on charitable lead trusts with James Bright ’71, tentatively scheduled for July, and “Through A Lens Darkly: Policy, Economic, and Tax Implications of the Presidential Election” withWoodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs Professor Brandice Canes-Wrone ’08, G. Scott Clemons ’90, and Charles “Skip” Fox ’75 at a future September date.

Alumni experts have spoken on a range of estate planning topics throughout this inaugural series. If you missed the first five, you can listen to archived recordings on the 1746 Society Webinar page, and stay informed on new events.

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This entry was posted on April 16, 2020 in SPRING 2020.

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