As Academy members know, Natalie Choate, the author of the definitive resource Life and Death Planning for Retirement Benefits, will be speaking at the Academy’s upcoming Spring Summit event in Boston. The Summit will be from April 29th – May 2nd, 2010. Life and Death Planning for Retirement Benefits is currently in its 6th edition. A 7th edition is well underway. Natalie will be selling the book at our Spring Summit event. As a special deal, for those purchasing the 6th edition at the Academy event, she will send the 7th edition (once it comes out) at no additional charge.
For attorneys who are not already members, the Academy is holding a special free Boot Camp for interested, qualified, prospective members. The Boot Camp will be in Boston on April 28th – 29th, 2010, immediately before the Academy’s Spring Summit event. Participants in the Boot Camp will have the unique opportunity to stay for the entire Summit and network with Academy members as well as hear stimulating presentations by Natalie Choate and other experts. Learn how Academy membership can enhance your practice and your life.
For more information on the Boot Camp, email: email@example.com, call: 1-800-846-1555, or click here: www.aaepa.com/bootcamp. There are only 3 seats left for this incredible experience! Participants in the Boot Camp will qualify for the Academy’s special offer on Life and Death Planning for Retirement Benefits.
Whether you are an Academy member or want to take your practice to that next level, please join us in Boston! While you are there, if you don’t already have the 6th edition of Natalie Choate’s book called Life and Death Planning for Retirement Benefits… don’t leave without it!
Stephen C. Hartnett, J.D., LL.M.
Associate Director of Education
American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, Inc.
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