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IRA Trusts After Significant Supreme Court Decision CLE
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When: 07/15/2014
9:00 AM until 11:00 AM
Where: Suffolk County Bar Center
560 Wheeler Road
Hauppauge, New York  11788
United States

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Suffolk Academy of Law presents:
Morning CLE on Tuesday, July 15, 2014
In a recent unanimous decision, the U.S. Supreme Court determined that inherited IRAs are not "retirement trusts" and, therefore, are not exempt assets under the bankruptcy code.  The ramifications of this decision for estate planning are significant.

On the morning of Tuesday, July 15, the Academy will present a CLE entitled EFFECTIVE USE OF IRA TRUSTS AFTER THE U.S. SUPREME COURT DECISION IN CLARK v. RAMEKER.  The incomparable Seymour Goldberg, CPA, MBA, JD, will review the Court's opinion and address the rules you must know to effectively implement an estate plan and initiate important asset protection planning techniques.

The program runs from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and provides two MCLE credits plus, the dual-licensed will be happy to learn, two CPE credits.  Sign-in and light breakfast are from 8:30.

As a bonus, registrants will receive the presenter's information packed manual on the topic.

NOTE: his presentation is also available as a real-time webcast, but will NOT be archived as an on-line replay or DVD recording. 

See program details in the publicity flier:
REGISTRATION. To register for this or any of the Academy's programs, call the Academy at 631-234-5588, send back the registration form, or enroll on-line through the calendar on the SCBA website ( 
WEBCASTS. You may enroll in the webcast from anywhere you have a computer and an Internet connection.  To enroll in the webcast, go to the SCBA website (, choose "MCLE" from the left-side pull-down menu, and choose "Video Replays & Live Webcasts." Follow the easy instructions. You may enroll well in advance or up to 10 minutes before the start of the program.