Norfolk & Plymouth Estate and Business Planning Council

 

Upcoming events

    • 12/10/2019
    • 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM (EST)
    • The Adams Conference Room, Suite 221, 50 Braintree Hill Office Park, Braintree, MA
    • 6
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    NPEPC is excited to announce to Members...

    NPEPC Breakfast Round Table Discussion 

    Our Moderator will be:  Sarah M. Allen

    Shareholder and Director of Rice, Heard & Bigelow

    Our topic will be: 

    Hitching The Estate Plan Wagon To The Right Horse:

    Who Should Be The Trustee?

    This session will focus on how advisors can best counsel their clients on naming the appropriate trustee. We will discuss the various options available along with the pros and cons of each type of fiduciary. The impact of the decision in the Bank of America, N.A., Trustee vs. Commissioner of Revenue case will also be reviewed. Participants should feel free to bring their questions and current client issues relating to trustee selection to the session.

    Come join the conversation! A light breakfast will be provided

    Get In, have a great round table discussion, get back on your way! 

    $15 Charge to NPEPC Members, seating is limited. Once capacity is reached, additional sign-ups will be added to a wait-list and be filled upon receipt of cancellations. Non Members can attend at a $30 fee.


    • 01/09/2020
    • 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM (EST)
    • Boston Newton Marriott, 2345 Commonwealth Avenue Newton, Massachusetts 02466
    • 18
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    NPEPC is excited to announce to Members...

    NPEPC Breakfast Round Table Discussion 

    Our Table Moderator will be: Matthew W. Patsky, CFA

    Matt Patsky is CEO, Managing Partner, and a Portfolio Manager on Trillium’s Sustainable Opportunities and Global Equity strategies. He joined Trillium in 2009 and has three decades of experience in investment research and investment management.

    Matt began his career at Lehman Brothers in 1984 as a Technology Analyst. In 1989, while covering emerging growth companies for Lehman, he began to incorporate environmental, social, and governance factors into his research, becoming the first Sell-side Analyst in the United States to publish on the topic of socially responsible investing in 1994. As Director of Equity Research for Adams, Harkness & Hill, he built that firm’s powerful research capabilities in socially and environmentally responsible areas such as renewable energy, resource optimization, and organic and natural products. Prior to joining Trillium, Matt was at Winslow Management Company in Boston, where he served as Director of Research, Chairman of the Investment Committee, and Portfolio Manager for the Green Solutions Strategy and the Winslow Green Solutions Fund.

    Matt currently serves on the Boards of the Environmental League of Massachusetts and Shared Interest. He has also served on the Boards of Pro Mujer, US SIF, and Root Capital. He is a member of the Social Venture Network (SVN) and member of CFA Society Boston as well as a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charterholder. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

    References to other mutual funds should not to be considered an offer to buy or sell these securities.

    Our topic will be:  Socially Responsible Investing (SRI)

    Come join the conversation!

    Get In, have a great round table discussion, get back on your way!

    $15 Charge to NPEPC Members, seating is limited. Once capacity is reached, additional sign-ups will be added to a wait-list and be filled upon receipt of cancellations. Non Members can attend at a $30 fee.

    This event will be held jointly with the Boston Chapter of the Society of Financial Service Professionals


    • 02/06/2020
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (EST)
    • To be determined
    • 19
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    NPEPC is excited to announce to Members...

    NPEPC Lunch Round Table Discussion 

    Our Moderator will be:  Camille Barron

    A Healthcare Advisor specializing in Medicare and insurance-related issues, Camille provideseducation, enrollment and ongoing support to Healthassist clients. She is particularly skilled at simplifying the complexities of insurance as well in helping individuals transition easily to Medicare coverage.

    With a career spanning more than 25 years, Camille’s experience includes positions in life, health, and personal lines property casualty insurance. In addition, she is a Medicare-certified, licensed life and health broker, a Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), and a certified Project Manager.

    Camille received her BS in Communications from Boston University and has completed graduate courses in leadership and project management at Bryant University. She is a member of the Project Management Institute; the Rotary Club of Sharon, MA; the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals; and the National Association of Healthcare Advocacy Consultants. In addition, she is producer and co-host of “The Law, Your Money and You!”, a cable TV show featuring financial and legal literacy advice for consumers.

    Our topic will be: 

    Understanding Medicare so you can advise your clients of the steps they need to take to make the transition

    • History of Medicare
    • Enrollment Process and Timeframes
    • Coverage and costs
    • Options – Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement and Prescription Drug (Part D)Insurance
    • Identifying Client Preferences
    • How to Decide
    • Cost Comparison
    • Part D Donut Hole
    • Resources

    Get In, have a great round table discussion, get back on your way! 

    Come join the conversation!  Sandwiches and beverages will be available

    $15 Charge to NPEPC Members, seating is limited. Once capacity is reached, additional sign-ups will be added to a wait-list and be filled upon receipt of cancellations. Non Members can attend at a $30 fee.


    • 03/10/2020
    • 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM (EDT)
    • Blumshapiro, 4 Batterymarch Park, Suite 100, Quincy, MA
    • 13
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    NPEPC is excited to announce to Members...

    NPEPC Breakfast Round Table Discussion 

    Our Table Moderator will be: Larry Dannenberg

    Larry Dannenberg is the founder and owner of College Solutions. Managing the global practice from Massachusetts since 2001, Larry is an expert in finding the right fit and in financial aid planning. He visits 30+ colleges each year. Prior to founding College Solutions, he was an executive in high technology, working for many Fortune 500 COO/Presidents. He is an expert in career planning having managed staff in nearly every area of large multinational firms. He authored the Financial Aid chapter in the “The Financial Aspects of Divorce” by the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education and has appeared on FOX News & NPR.

    Our topic will be:  Everything you wanted to know about College Admission and Financial Aid and How it relates to Estate Planning

    The typical family will be investing between $120,000 and $275,000 per child to send their child to college. This is the largest single expense most families face. Learn how you can help them with this investment decision. Learn how UTMAs, 529s, 401Ks, whole-life, annuities, debts, personal and business assets are treated for financial aid purposes. Business ownership, divorce/separation makes the college process even more difficult. But there are opportunities if the family understands the process, which Larry will discuss.

    Come join the conversation!

    Get In, have a great round table discussion, get back on your way!

    $15 Charge to NPEPC Members, seating is limited. Once capacity is reached, additional sign-ups will be added to a wait-list and be filled upon receipt of cancellations. Non Members can attend at a $30 fee.


    • 05/07/2020
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • To Be Determined
    • 14
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    NPEPC is excited to announce to Members...

    NPEPC Lunch Round Table Discussion 

    Our Moderator will be:  Christine Fletcher

    As a Burns & Levinson LLP partner and co-chair of the firm’s Private Client group, Christine helps families plan for life’s transitions whether it is moving assets to the next generation, minimizing estate taxes or ensuring assets pass to intended recipients. Estate planning solutions can be simple, but like life, they can also be complicated. Issues arise with second marriages, divorce, blended families and unfortunate family crises. Christine listens to clients’ goals and develops plans for them that meet those goals. 

    Our topic will be: 

    Ten Things to Know in Talking to Your Kids About Prenups

    Christine will discuss how to properly advise the family when members of the second or third generation decide to marry. Often, advice in protecting the family’s assets is at odds with the young couple’s pleas of how in love they are. She will discuss the 10 topics that should be raised in discussing prenuptial agreements with clients.

    Get In, have a great round table discussion, get back on your way! 

    Come join the conversation!  Sandwiches and beverages will be available

    $15 Charge to NPEPC Members, seating is limited. Once capacity is reached, additional sign-ups will be added to a wait-list and be filled upon receipt of cancellations. Non Members can attend at a $30 fee.

Past events

11/06/2019 Retirement Planning under the Current Tax Law: NPEPC Lunch Round Table Discussion
11/05/2019 56th Annual NAEPC Conference
10/24/2019 The Anatomy of a Cyber Attack and Cybersecurity Best Practices - NPEPC Breakfast Round Table Discussion
10/17/2019 NPEPC Kick Off Networking Event at Trillium in Canton
09/12/2019 NPEPC Annual Meeting welcomes Asa C. Morse, Supervisory Special Agent - US Drug Enforcement Administration
05/02/2019 NPEPC Meet the Members..networking event
03/28/2019 Your Health and Your Money - A MassHealth Update
03/07/2019 LIFE BEYOND DEATH: the ongoing existence of your Digital Assets
01/22/2019 New Member Meet & Greet Breakfast
01/08/2019 "Serving The Women's Market" - NPEPC Brown Bag Lunch - Members ONLY
12/12/2018 NEW! NPEPC Brown Bag Lunch - Members ONLY
11/06/2018 55th Annual NAEPC Conference
11/01/2018 Year End Tax Planning Strategies
10/25/2018 Meet the Members..networking event
10/04/2018 A Market Update
06/07/2018 2018 NPEPC Annual Meeting
04/26/2018 From Starting Blocks to Finishing Line: Start Maximizing Value Now!
03/22/2018 CANCELED: From Starting Blocks to Finishing Line: Start Maximizing Value Now!
01/11/2018 How Guardianship and Conservatorship Solve Real-Life Family Problems
12/05/2017 Life After Death (Maybe) – Dealing With IRAs After The Participant’s Death When Things Are Not As They Seemed
09/26/2017 XPX New England Mixer Meet and Greet
09/19/2017 Embracing Uncertainty in Planning in Volatile Times
06/22/2017 NPEPC Planning Session for 2017/2018
06/01/2017 2017 NPEPC Annual Meeting
03/23/2017 Why You Should Care: The Advisor’s Guide to Asset Protection Planning
01/25/2017 Planning at the Eleventh Hour: A practitioner’s checklist for clients near death
12/07/2016 2nd Annual NPEPC Holiday Networking Event
11/03/2016 Diminished Capacity: Guiding Clients Through Difficult Decisions
09/15/2016 “Leveraging Life Insurance in Gift Tax Planning”
06/16/2016 NPEPC Planning Session for 2016/2017
06/01/2016 NPEPC Annual Meeting
03/31/2016 “PYA” - Protecting Your Assets from MassHealth and the Cost of Care
01/21/2016 “Decanting: “Revoking” an Irrevocable Trust?”
12/09/2015 NEW! NPEPC Holiday Networking Event
11/18/2015 52nd Annual Conference - NAEPC
09/17/2015 When a Great Estate Plan Collides with Life
06/24/2015 NPEPC Planning Session for 2015/2016
06/10/2015 NPEPC Annual Meeting
03/18/2015 Social Security: Good Things Come to Those Who Wait..and Work!
01/21/2015 An interdisciplinary panel discussion: Business Succession Planning for The Closely Held Business
11/05/2014 51st Annual Conference - NAEPC
09/17/2014 Estate Planning for Florida Snowbirds
Miss a Meeting? Check Out the Handouts:
December 5, 2017

November 3, 2016

September 15, 2016 - Kick Off Meeting

September 17, 2015 - Kick Off Meeting 
 

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