TAKING CONTROL OF DECISIONS THAT SHAPE YOUR FAMILY’S LIFE

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Event:
TAKING CONTROL OF DECISIONS THAT SHAPE YOUR FAMILY’S LIFE
Start:
October 25, 2017 6:00 pm
End:
October 25, 2017 9:00 pm
Updated:
September 12, 2017
Venue:
OppenheimerFunds
Address:
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225 Liberty Street, New York, United States

OUT PROFESSIONALS INVITES YOU TO LEARN TODAY’S BEST PRACTICES IN FINANCIAL, ESTATE, AND TAX PLANNING FOR THE LGBTQ COMMUNITY.

Join Out Professionals on Wednesday, October 25, for a dynamic and empowering panel discussion to learn how financial, estate and tax planning professionals collaborate to help you and your LGBTQ family take control of truly important aspects of your lives.

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Examine the stages of LGBTQ family development: Marriage and cohabitation agreements; adoption and alternative reproduction agreements; how to protect your estate through wills, trusts, healthcare proxies; and what happens if you get divorced.

Explore important tax considerations revolving around life events: LGBTQ family development — marriage, having children, buying a house, investing, and career changes.

Develop an understanding of the importance of long-term investing: discuss impactful and socially responsible investing; what you should expect from your financial advisor in 2017; and the process of comprehensive wealth management.

Alexander Fruchtman, upper left, joined his family’s practice, the Fruchtman Group at Morgan Stanley, in 2013 to address the financial needs of the next generation for new and existing clients, their families and their businesses as well as the underserved LGBTQ community. Alex assists with all facets of holistic wealth management in a strategic advisory role for matters including IRA rollovers; life insurance and long-term care; and lending, retirement and college planning. He serves as Chair of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce’s LGBT Committee as well as a committee member of the LGBTQ alumni association of his alma mater, George Washington University.

Samantha Harris, upper right, is a CPA, a co-owner/partner of Cavalier Enterprise LLC, a family-owned tax accounting firm that provides tax preparation and bookkeeping services for individuals, corporations, and small businesses, with a focus on service and knowledge of the tax industry. Samantha has her MBA in accounting, and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the New York State Society of CPAs (NYSSCPA).

Andy Izenson, Esq., lower left, is attorney-mediator with the boutique LGBTQ family law and mediation firm, Diana Adams Law & Mediation, PLLC, working primarily with and advocating for LGBTQ, polyamorous, and non-traditional families. Andy is a popular speaker on current LGBTQ issues, including same-gender marriage and transgender issues; the Supreme Court and the fate of LGBTQ Americans; cultural competency and sensitivity for attorneys and other professionals serving transgender and gender non-conforming clients; and opportunities for corporate leadership with LGBTQ employees. The National LGBT Bar Association named Andy one of the Best LGBT Lawyers Under 40 – Class of 2017.

James White, Moderator, lower right, joined OppenheimerFunds as Head of Diversity & Inclusion in September, 2015. He is tasked with leading the execution and ongoing development of a multi-year strategy to establish inclusion as a core value and competitive advantage for the firm. James began his career at Merrill Lynch, spending 15 years in Human Resources, primarily in Talent Management. In 2010, he joined Credit Suisse as the Investment Banking Human Capital Project Lead, before joining the Diversity & Inclusion team in 2013. James serves on the PFLAG Business Advisory Board and was recently elected President of the Board of Directors of Amas Musical Theatre, which amplifies the voice of diverse communities through the performing arts.

Evening sponsored by OppenheimerFunds.

 

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WHAT’S UP

On Wednesday, Oct. 25, doors open at 6 p.m. for networking; complimentary beverages and snacks. Program and Q&A, 7 to 8 p.m. Networking and socializing, 8 to 9 p.m.

WHERE

OppenheimerFunds, 225 Liberty Street, Brookfield Place. Located in Lower Manhattan’s Battery Park City and bordered by West Street, the Hudson River, Vesey and Liberty Streets. Subway: E to World Trade Center (WTC); C to Chambers Street; 2/3 to Park Place; N/R to Cortland Street; 4/5 to Fulton Street.

ADMISSION

Nonmember, $30; sorry, no refunds or exchanges. Dues-paying OP Member, just $20. Dues-paying OP Business Member, free with advance registration. Pocket a copy of your online receipt; thanks! Advance registration ends at noon Tuesday, Oct. 24. Show photo ID at sign-in table outside second-floor Security Desk (near Hudson Eats on south side of the Winter Garden’s palm tree court), then proceed to the 12th Floor. Walk-ins welcome; cash preferred at the door.

OUT PROFESSIONALS REWARDS
YOU FOR JOINING OR RENEWING

As a registered nonprofit, Out Professionals must rely on the continuing support of our Individual and Business Members. Enjoy a 12-month Individual OP Membership PLUS free admission tonight for just $75; final sale. Or join Out Professionals as a Business Member ($125) and by registering in advance, attend tonight’s and other selected OP seminars and workshops, free! Membership offers free admission to every month’s OP.LOUNGE and discounted admission to a full range of other year-round LGBT programming. Join now — and thank you!

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