Join Jeanne McMains, Vice President of Gift Planning with National Christian Foundation and Nick Adamy, Managing Director of Adamy Valuation, as they discuss charitable planning strategies related to asset-based gifting. Jeanne will use case studies to show how asset-based gifting works, including gift economics and tax advantages. Jeanne will also address gift considerations and what to listen for when talking with your clients. Nick will address the business valuation side of gifting a business interest, including discounts.
- Recognize the benefits associated with asset-based gifting opportunities
- Identify common structures of transactions involving asset-based gifting
- Understand key gifting considerations
- None required.
Who Should Attend
Accountants, financial planners, and other professionals who work with business owners. Business owners interested in asset-based gifting will also enjoy this session.
- Managing Director
- Adamy Valuation
Nick Adamy is a Managing Director and Shareholder of Adamy Valuation. He has extensive experience providing valuation, financial advisory, and expert witness services to private and public companies, business owners, corporate finance executives, investors, trustees, and attorneys for a variety of purposes.
He has advised clients on transactions and cases involving mergers & acquisitions, shareholder stock purchases, initial public offerings, leveraged buyouts, shareholder litigation, estate and gifting, divorce, commercial litigation, and employee stock ownership plans. He has worked with companies ranging in size from under $5 million in revenues to over $4 billion across a b... Read more
- Vice President of Gift Planning
- National Christian Foundation
Jeanne McMains has been a practicing attorney in the areas of estate planning, business succession, and non-profits since 1995. She currently serves as the Vice President of Gift Planning with The National Christian Foundation where she assists families nation-wide with achieving their charitable gift planning goals.
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Date & Time
Monday, January 20, 2020
1:00 PM EST (see additional timezones)
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