Year-End Tax Update
Date: Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Time: 7:30am - 9:00am
Location: Spinelli's Function Facility | Route 1 | Peabody/Lynnfield Line
Speaker: Ryan Swartz, Esq., McLane Middleton; Jerry Mahan, CPA, MFA
Please join the Essex County Estate Planning Council on Oct. 22, 2019 for our annual Year-End Tax Planning Meeting featuring Jerry Mahan, CPA, of MFA Companies, and Ryan J. Swartz, Esq., of McLane Middleton.
Breakfast will be served at 7:30am, followed by our speakers at 8am.
Registration is required for this event; online payment is preferred.
Members, free; Guests, $45.
Members should select the "pre-paid" option when registering.
To become a member, submit an application or renew your membership.
About our Speakers
Jerry Mahan has 13 years of experience in public accounting. In his role at MFA, Jerry provides
comprehensive tax solutions and technical expertise to both individual and corporate clients. His proactive and responsive leadership approach validates his ability to meet and exceed client expectations efficiently and effectively. In addition to managing compliance issues and implementing tax strategies, Jerry provides experienced family and fiduciary tax consulting to address the most complex financial challenges faced by MFA’s client base.
Prior to MFA, Jerry spent time as a Director at two Massachusetts CPA Firms where he provided tax and assurance services to a diverse client base of closely held businesses, nonprofit organizations, corporations and individuals.
Jerry holds an MBA in accounting from Southern New Hampshire University and a B.S. in Business Administration and Accounting from Mount Washington College. He is also the President of the Essex County Estate Planning Council.
Ryan Swartz is director and vice chair of the Trusts & Estates Department and managing director of the Boston office at
McLane Middleton where he advises individuals and families regarding various planning matters, including estate, gift, income and generation skipping transfer tax strategies. He advises fiduciaries in conservatorship, probate and trust administration matters. Ryan also counsels individuals and business owners regarding business succession planning and various asset protection techniques, including limited liability companies, asset protection trusts and irrevocable Medicaid trusts.
Ryan completed a Judicial Clerkship with the Massachusetts Superior Court (2003-2004). He received his J.D. cum laude, from Suffolk University Law School (2003) and his B.A., cum laude, from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst (1999). He also serves on the Essex County Estate Planning Council Board of Directors.
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