A nationally recognized tax expert and a local attorney will help lawyers, accountants, and financial planners make sense of tax and estate-planning laws during a free conference this month sponsored by the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation.
The conference is from 1 to 5 p.m., Oct. 30 at the Oklahoma History Center, 2401 N. Laird Ave. All attorneys who attend will earn four hours of continuing legal education (CLE) credit, and certified public accountants will receive four hours of continuing professional education (CPE) credit.
Christopher Hoyt, a professor of law at the University of Missouri – Kansas City, will focus on how various charitable giving strategies can benefit clients. Professor Hoyt currently co-chairs the American Bar Association’s Committee on Lifetime and Testamentary Charitable Gift Planning, and he frequently lectures nationally on estate planning strategies and issues in federal income taxation.
Richard Kells, a partner in the law firm Hartzog Conger Cason & Neville, will provide up-to-date information on the Oklahoma Tax code. His presentation will highlight Oklahoma tax credits, college-savings plans, and ad valorem and sales-tax exemptions.
Seating is limited, and registration is open through Oct. 26. For more information, call Rebecca Burgess at 271-8646.
Chartered in 1946, OMRF is an independent, nonprofit biomedical research institute dedicated to understanding and developing more effective treatments for human disease. In addition to Alzheimer’s and MS, its scientists also focus on such critical research areas as cancer, lupus and cardiovascular disease.
OMRF (omrf.org) in an independent, nonprofit biomedical research institute dedicated to understanding and developing more effective treatments for human disease. Chartered in 1946, its scientists focus on such critical research areas as Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, lupus and cardiovascular disease.