The MSBA's Outstate and Practice Management Sections Present
"The Overlooked Retirement Asset: The Value of Your Practice. How to Retire with Revenue, Relevance, and Relaxation"
Does your practice have value you can tap into when you're ready to retire? It may be worth more than you think. Whether you are a solo practitioner or a partner in a large law firm, if you plan carefully, you can use that often overlooked asset and ease your transition to whatever you envision for retirement.
After all, you've worked hard and deserve to relax. But will that be enough to keep you active and challenged? How are you going to remain relevant to your community, your family and friends, and, above all, yourself?
Now is the time to answer those questions and create the retirement plan you really want whether you plan to retire in six months or six years. Find out how to have more money to enjoy during retirement and leave to your heirs - and have the best chance to spend your time in satisfying and meaningful ways.
Roy S. Ginsburg , Roy S. Ginsburg, J.D.
1 hour of Standard CLE credit applied for
Event Code: 153961
Date: Thursday, April 14, 2011
Time: 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.
Location: Hamline University Minneapolis
1600 Utica Avenue
Saint Louis Park, MN 55416
Section Members: $5.00
MSBA Members (But Not Outstate or Practice Management Section Members): $15.00
Non-MSBA Members: $25.00
Law Students: Free
Participation by web and audio is available. Please contact Elyse Farnsworth at 612-278-6336 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange.
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