Estate Planning session at BPC offers continuing education credits
MOUNT VERNON— Brewton-Parker College is teaming up with Paul Anderson Ministries and Meadows Healthcare Foundation to bring the community its first continuing education opportunity for CPAs and Attorneys.
Charles “Mac” Jordan, III, of Vidalia (ChFC, CLU, CAP) will present “The Ten Tiers of Estate Planning” October 20 in the Briscoe Center on the BPC campus. The purpose of this seminar is to educate Certified Public Accountants, Attorneys and those families needing assistance on the basic concepts of estate planning.
Deadline to register is October 15, 2010.
The two hour program, beginning at 11 a.m., is also open to those in the community who would like to learn more about how the changing tax laws will affect their estates and their families’ futures. Cost is $10 and includes lunch.
CPAs attending this course will be able to receive two credits in continuing education in their field. According to Jordan, this is the first time this kind of professional education has been offered in this area and he’s proud to partner with BPC to make it a reality.
Norman Winter, Vice President for College Advancement at Brewton-Parker said, “estate-planning” has played a vital role in the philanthropic support of the BPC for decades. Many of our finest buildings have been funded through thanks to Christian men and women who made provision for Brewton Parker though their planning process.
Call 583-3256 to register today.
Brewton-Parker College is the only accredited, four-year Christian college in South Georgia.