Eastern Carolina Community to host national telecast
Eastern Carolina Community Foundation will host a live telecast on Sept. 21 that addresses the changing paradigms of traditional estate planning. Presented in conjunction with the 23rd Annual Estate and Charitable Gift Planning Institute, it will feature two of the nation’s top estate planning and tax attorneys. Ann B. Burns and Samuel A. Donaldson will share the newest strategies, practical solutions and recommendations during the day-long seminar at the Drs. Bruce & Lee Foundation Library, located at 509 S. Dargan St. in Florence. Attorneys, CPAs, investment advisors, bank trust officers, estate planning professionals, and anyone interested in planning for the provision and protection of personal, family or community assets should make plans to participate.
Topics to be addressed include:
• Recent tax developments and case law updates
• Plans for small, medium and large estates
• Business advice for succession planning
• Effective and efficient charitable strategies
• Ethical considerations in representing families and their entities The presenters will explore these issues, related questions and provide recommendations for achieving a plan tailored to a variety of situations.
Eastern Carolina Community Foundation was founded in 2006 to build, preserve, and distribute philanthropic assets to improve the quality of life in the Pee Dee. The Foundation works with professional advisors to help citizens plan their philanthropic future and recognizes the significance of having accurate information on estate and charitable gift planning. For more information, visit the Foundation’s website at www.easterncarolinacf.org.