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Creighton Seminar Focuses on Charitable Giving and Taxation

Creighton University's Office if Estate and Trust Services is sponsoring two special presentations on charitable giving and taxation from 1-4:30 p.m. May 2, at the Harper Center on campus. Featured speaker will be Jonathan G. Tidd, Esq., a leading attorney whose practice specializes in advising organizations on charitable gift planning issues. His programs, "Charitable Gift Planning: Ethical Considerations for Lawyers" and "Charitable Gift Planning and the New Tax Code," are free and open to the public but registration is required.

Tidd has written extensively on charitable gift planning in such publications as the Journal of Taxation, Estate Planning, Taxes, the Tax Magazine and Trusts & Estates to mention a few. He previously served as the Planned Giving Director for New York University and is a member of the Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, and New York Bar Associations.

The presentations are approved for 2.0 hours of Estate Planning and 1.0 hour of Ethics continuing legal education credits. Space is limited and registration is required.

Please RSVP by April 25 to or by calling 402.280.2740 or 800.334.8794.

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