During the AICPA Advanced Estate Planning Conference, you'll get up to speed on the most current aspects of estate, gift and inheritance planning. Respected experts will share updates from the Hill, with advanced technical training, interactive sessions, case studies and more.
Don't miss this opportunity to discover sophisticated insights into estate plannings newest challenges, and gain the resources to effectively construct your clients' estate plans.
Attendees may request CFP and CLE credits for this conference.
Targeted attendees include CPAs, financial planners, trust officers, attorneys, under-writers, insurance advisors, wealth managers, planned giving professionals, financial institution executives, fiduciary officers, and tax advisors with a fundamental knowledge of estate planning.
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