Post Election Estate Planning Issues | SECURE Act
As a result of the Presidential election and the Georgia run-off elections, estate, gift and income tax reform is likely around the corner. Clients who wish to engage in gifting strategies face significant uncertainty. However, there are planning strategies available to mitigate the risk of adverse tax consequences in light of this uncertainty. Join the Essex County Estate Planning Council on Thursday, Feb 25 as David G. Strachan, Jr. of Cambridge Trust Company and Ryan J. Swartz of McLane Middleton discuss post-election estate planning issues and retirement planning issues under the SECURE Act.
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About Our Speakers
David G. Strachan, Jr. is a senior vice president and director of relationship management at Cambridge Trust.
David has managed client relationships for over 25 years and has been with Cambridge Trust since 1996. He serves as a trusted advisor to high net worth clients and families and oversees Cambridge Trust's Relationship Managers and support staff. He leads the team that provides strategy, consultation,
planning and administration for trusts, investment management accounts, retirement accounts and not-for-profits.
David received a BA from St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York in 1989. He is also a graduate of the American Bankers Association's National Graduate Trust School and Private Wealth Management School, as well as Boston University's Certified Financial Planning Program. He received the Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA) designation in 1995.
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