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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Mar 19, 2011
Hospice By The Bay
Hospice By The Bay Offers Free Seminar
Marin,
Hospice by the Bay
Event Description


“New Estate Tax Law: Exemptions, Deductions & Capital Gains”
 
LARKSPUR, CA — Register now for a free presentation, “New Estate Tax Law: Exemptions, Deductions & Capital Gains,” on Sat., March 19, 9:30 am. – Noon, at Hospice By The Bay, 17 E. Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Larkspur. Learn about the new “Step Up” in basis rules for capital gains; the basis rules for the married and unmarried; estate tax exemption amounts; and the use of Disclaimer Trusts, Exemption Trusts and Probate Avoidance Trusts. Attendees receive a free estate planning organizer.
 
Seminar is free, and reservations are required. To register, or for information on other upcoming Saturday Seminars, call (415) 526-5580, or visit www.hbtb.org,and click on the Upcoming Events Calendar.
 
Hospice By The Bay, a non-profit, regional provider of hospice and palliative care and grief support services, serves Marin, San Francisco, Northern San Mateo and Sonoma counties. Dedicated to providing the highest quality of end-of-life care to patients and their loved ones, Hospice By The Bay’s Community Grief Support Program also serves everyone whose life is affected by the loss of a loved one through both group and individual counseling. 
 
Hospice By The Bay is a 501(c)(3) organization that has served the Bay Area since 1975. Hospice By The Bay programs are funded through health care reimbursement and charitable donations from community members and businesses. For more information about Hospice By The Bay’s care, or to make a donation to support our work, call (415) 927-2273, or visit www.hbtb.org.
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