FPA-NENY programs can help enhance your awareness
of issues affecting many people.
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Whether you do comprehensive financial planning or specialize in just one facet of it, there are so many topic areas that a CFP® needs to have knowledge about.
The broader the scope of your knowledge, the more value you bring to the client relationship. Just think of all of the topics covered in the CFP® study program!
Because financial planning is about the client’s entire financial life, it is so important to be aware of how little details fit into the big picture. The key is recognizing the issues and being able to provide solutions, whether you do so yourself or turn them to someone who handles that area.
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Season Pass cost is discounted 15% from last season. EVERY saavy financial planning professional enjoys saving a buck!
Bought a Combo last year? Rest easy because it’s good for our May 13, 2021 Symposium.
About the Combo (SP + symposium ticket) Won’t be offered this season. Symposium prices will be set when the Magic 8 ball gives the all clear.
SEASON PASS ONLY AVAILABLE TO MEMBERS
For 2020/2021, we’re offering TURBO SP and the SP.
Either buys a ticket to each monthly meeting.
Turbo SP includes a $25 direct donation to our Chapter.
Yes, it’s tax deductible and your support will be noted – thank you!
Extra support for your Chapter (TURBO SP):
Member’s Season Pass @ $150 + $25 donation.
The Season Pass is a MEMBER’s ticket to all 8 regular monthly meetings. Cost is $150.
All monthly meetings are VIRTUAL until further notice.
VIRTUAL: New Standards for a Fiduciary World: Understanding CFP Board’s
- Discussion of Act’s impact on individuals and their businesses
- Understanding Section 199A
- What do financial advisors need to know?
Members: $40 | Non-members $60
Time: 7:30 A.M. Reg/Breakfast | 7:45 – 9:30 A.M. Program
VIRTUAL: Retirement Income Planning After SECURE And CARES Acts
Speaker: Jamie Hopkins, Esq., LLM, MBA, CFP®, RICP®
2020 has been a year of change, but many client goals remain the same. Clients want security in their retirement income plans, but the rules keep changing with the SECURE Act and CARES Act shifting the legal and tax landscape significantly. Best planning strategies for Roth IRAs, tax loss harvesting, conversions, rollovers, RMDs, beneficiaries, new distribution strategies and QCDs all being impacted by the new rules.
- Being more agile in responding to challenges.
- Managing risks through mitigation and response strategies.
- Developing trust in professional relationships.
Members: $30 | Non-members $45
Time: 7:30 A.M. Reg/Breakfast | 7:45 – 9:30 A.M. Program
VIRTUAL: To Roth or Not to Roth & Other Tax Planning Tidbits in a Post-COVID World
Speaker: Martin S. Finn, JD, LL.M., CPA/PFS, Founding Partner, Lavelle & Finn, LLP
A review of relevant tax changes and planning opportunities to share with clients after a personal and financial maelstrom. We will discuss everything from SECURE Act planning options including ROTH conversions to tax changes in Stimulus bills to year end tax planning opportunities.
- ROTH conversion analysis in a down market.
- Tax strategies in a down economy.
- Year end tax planning opportunities.
Members: $30| Non-members $45
Time: 7:30 A.M. Reg/Breakfast | 7:45 – 9:00 A.M.Program
NOPE: 2021 Symposium is not yet updated. Go no further.
Thursday, May 16th, 2019
HANDOUTS: Click on the handouts you want to access. NOTES: GS2’s handout will be posted after the Symposium; the article posted will be of interest to you. GS4 and AM Breakout 2 do not have handout material.
GS4: No handout: Advice in a New Era
AM B/O2: No handout: Planning For College: Understanding Financial Aid, Scholarships, and Affordability: Strategies to Help Your Clients
PM B/O1: The Outlook for Fixed Income
PM B/O2: Peeling the LTC Insurance Onion
Registration/Breakfast: 7:30A.M., Programs: 8:00A.M. to 4:30P.M.
HAPPY HOUR follows upstairs!
Nineteenth Annual SYMPOSIUM
Folks you haven’t seen in a million years.
Fun, food, raffles, & laughs.
All. In. ONE. Day.
All at one price.
• wear awesome casual attire,
• get awesomely well-fed for breakfast and lunch,
• meet up with our awesome Chapter Partners & Sponsors to see what new stuff is out there,
• enter into the awesome raffle for super cool prizes, AND
• attend our awesome Happy Hour
PROGRAM SCHEDULE & Speaker Bios can be found in the flyer.
2019 GENERAL SESSIONS Generational Intelligence to Build a Sustainable and Growing Practice Sean M. Farley, Senior VP & Divisional Sales Manager, John Hancock Investments (APPROVED CFP/CPA:1 CE) Now What Should We Do? Where We Are in the Economic Cycle and What Does It Mean for US and International Equities Talley Léger, Equity Strategist at OppenheimerFunds (APPROVED CFP/CPA:1 CE) Estate Planning for Short Life Expectancies Gary Altman, Esq., Founder and Principal Attorney, Altman & Associates (APPROVED CFP/CPA:1 CE) Advice in a New Era Paul Cieslik is a National Speaker for Capital Group, home of American Funds (APPROVED CFP/CPA:1 CE) Road Map To Retirement – Top IRA Planning Mistakes Doug Orton, CRPC, VP & Business Development Consultant at MFS Fund Distributors, Inc. (APPROVED CFP/CPA:1 CE) MORNING BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 1. Social Security How to Grow From Here: Matt Sperazzo, John Hancock (APPROVED CFP/CPA:1 CE) 2. Planning For College: Understanding Financial Aid, Scholarships, and Affordability: Strategies to Help Your Clients: Dr. Dean Skarlis, President, The College Advsor of New York (APPROVED CFP/CPA:1 CE) AFTERNOON BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 1. The Outlook for Fixed Income: David Keib, CRPC, CIMA, AIF, Capital Group (APPROVED CFP/CPA:1 CE) 2. Peeling the LTC Insurance Onion: Robert M. Vandy, CLU, ChFC, LUTCF, CLTC is President of Advisors Insurance Brokers (APPROVED CFP/CPA:1 CE) Early Bird price through April 30. (M $175, NM $200) 12.5% discount Regular price May 1 – 17. (M $200, NM $225) Full price and well worth it!