Estate Planning and Estate Tax Issues for Surgeons and Spouses
On Tuesday, October 29, 1-2pm, at the San Francisco Moscone Convention Center (Theater), The American College of Surgeons Foundation is presenting a financial planning seminar, hosted by Mark Aeder, MD, FACS. Surgical Quality Director- University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, and Associate Professor of Surgery- Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, OH, Dr. Aeder not only spent years dedicated to surgery, he also has spent over 20 years educating surgeons and physicians on planning for the future.
Learn the latest news on charitable giving options such as IRA rollovers, trust, estate planning and bequests.
Registration for this complimentary event, sponsored by the ACS Foundation as a benefit to Fellows and their spouses or partners, is available at the Clinical Congress badge pick-up location.
The American College of Surgeons Foundation has a single beneficiary: The American College of Surgeons (ACS) and, by extension, all those who benefit from its programs in optimal patient care. Donors can choose to give to a variety of areas. Whether your interest is making a difference in surgical research, education, rural surgery, trauma, scholarships, or area of greatest need in non-revenue programs through the Sustaining Fund, we promise to use your investment wisely. Planned giving is a great opportunity to support your passion beyond your lifetime. If you would like to extend your support of American College of Surgeons Foundation to make a lasting impact, there are several gift arrangements to choose from.
Whether you would like to put your donation to work today or benefit us after your lifetime, you can find a charitable plan that lets you provide for your family and support the ACS Foundation.