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The SECURE Act and other Recent Developments in Estate Planning for Retirement Assets

The SECURE (“Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement” or “Sending Everyone Cowering Under Reduced Expectations”) Act brought a sea change in estate planning for retirement benefits. Understand the latest developments with respect to retirement assets and other recent happenings in this area.
Credits: 1 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P9004-21E1-09
$80.00 or 1.00 credits
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Faculty: 

Elizabeth A. Garlovsky, Harrison & Held, LLP, Chicago

Robert K. Kirkland, Kirkland Woods & Martinsen LLP, Liberty, MO   

Expires: 9/30/2023

Faculty: 

Elizabeth A. Garlovsky, Harrison & Held, LLP, Chicago

Robert K. Kirkland, Kirkland Woods & Martinsen LLP, Liberty, MO   

Expires: 9/30/2023

Products specifications
Program Date5/24 & 5/25/2021
Session from:64th Annual Estate Planning Short Course
Products specifications
Program Date5/24 & 5/25/2021
Session from:64th Annual Estate Planning Short Course
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