If the pandemic changed the way we learn, work, gather, celebrate and mourn, it also impacted the way we plan. However, advisors met the moment in kind by offering innovative ways to meet, discuss and implement plans.
Hear from Grace Ghezzi, CPA/PFS/CFF, CFP®, CFE, AEP®, President & Financial Consultant, Grace B. Ghezzi Consulting, LLC., on how she “pops the question.”
Donor-advised funds have garnered increasing popularity as charitable vehicles for their flexibility, administrative ease, and tax advantages.
Peter Dunn explores the collaborative unification of Say Yes Syracuse and the Central New York Community Foundation.
Hear from Anne Ruffer, Esq., Managing Partner and Member of Executive Committee, Mackenzie Hughes, LLP, on how she “pops the question.”
Donor-advised funds are charitable giving accounts that allow donors to make grants to a wide variety of causes as their interests evolve over time.
We asked our former board member and founder of the Scolaro Law Firm, Rob Scolaro, about how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting his work as an estate-planning attorney and for his thoughts on creating and updating wills and estate plans.
Hear from David Holstein, Esq., Member & Board of Managers, Bousquet Holstein, PLLC, on how he “pops the question.”
Peter Dunn writes about racial discrimination in the United States and the importance of the community investing in racial equity.
Hear from David Ayoub, Partner-in-Charge: Tax Department, Bowers & Company CPAs, PLLC, on how he ‘pops the question.’