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2012-09-20 Fall Kick-Off Event - CORE

A new year (for NAIFA) is beginning and let's get it started off right!  Join us at The Columbia Tower Club on Thursday, September 20, 2012 from 7:30 am to 11:30 am for a fulfilling meeting with your colleagues and our exceptional speakers
 *** INCLUDES ONE (1) HOUR OF WAOIC APPROVED CE CREDIT *** 

DATE/TIME:
                    
Thursday, September 20, 2012
                    7:30am        Registration & Breakfast
                    8:00am        Program
                      - 11:30am
LOCATION:
                    The Columbia Tower Club (map)
                    701 Fifth Avenue, 75th Floor
                    Seattle, WA 98104
                    www.clubcorp.com/Clubs/Columbia-Tower-Club 

    
                Recommended Parking Options - FREE PARKING
                    In order to get your free parking please use the valet 
                    garage across the street from the Columbia Tower at 
                    the corner of 4th Avenue and Columbia (enter from 4th).  
COST:
                    $15  Members
                    $25  Non-Members / Repeat Guests
                    $-0-  First Time Guests (must attend with a member)


Please call Jenna Olson at (206) 228-9351 with any questions or to make a payment over the phone.
 



Exhibitors

MassMutual Financial Group
www.massmutual.com
"We'll Help You Get There TM"

Aging Options
www.agingoptions.com
"Protecting Assets and Preserving Quality of Life"

*** ONLY TWO SPOTS REMAIN ***
 
Have a business to showcase to our members?  Become an exhibitor!  For more information or to become a Sponsor or Exhibitor, contact our Secretary/Treasurer, Michael Staeb (see Leadership page for full contact information).
Speakers 

Rajiv Nagaich, JD, LLM
Elder Law Attorney & Radio Host
Johnson and Nagaich, PS
www.agingoptions.com

Since taking my oath as a Washington attorney in November 2002, I have dedicated my time and efforts to establish a highly specialized elder law and care management company. This decision did not come about by chance or coincidence; rather, it was a deliberate decision I made before even going to law school. After all, who could better empathize with those who seek help caring for a loved one than a man who has walked the walk of caring for aged and incapacitated family members?  Read Rajiv's story here.

"Life Planning - How Traditional Planning Fails Retirees"
Approved for One (1) Hour of WAOIC Continuing Education (CE) Credit under Course # 608684

We are living longer and our estate tax exemptions are going up. All good news? No! As estate tax exemptions continue to increase, the threat facing estates of most retirees is not estate taxes-it is uncovered long-term care and medical costs, stemming from longer life spans we are experiencing, which threaten to bankrupt many estates. Medicare and health insurance do not cover such long-term care costs, placing estates at significant risk of having to spend down their estates before qualifying for benefits under the government program. Understanding these rules can help individuals plan and protect these assets from the Long Term Care costs. This presentation covers how people need to plan differently today in order to: (i) protect their assets; (ii) plan for a better housing solution; and (iii) not become a burden on their family and loved ones. Most importantly how coordination of healthcare, housing, financial and legal solutions can secure better and efficient retirement for all of us.



Bob Ernst
Director of Rowing, University of Washington
There are few coaches in collegiate athletics whose accomplishments mirror those of Bob Ernst's. Now in his 38th year at Washington, the long-time crew coach and rowing director has served as the face of the Husky crew program for decades. Along the way, Ernst has guided teams to eight National Championships, one Olympic gold medal and numerous wins both domestically and abroad. Ernst has also developed & guided hundreds of rowers to the elite levels of their sport. His Husky teams have competed around the globe, racing in exotic locales such as Egypt, New Zealand, Russia and England.

Ernst arrived in Seattle in the fall of 1974 after a short coaching stint as his alma mater - UC Irvine. The UCI crew had nearly upset the heavily favored Huskies the year before, and current men's coach Dick Erickson wasted little time offering Ernst a job as the UW freshmen coach. It was a position Ernst maintained until the spring of 1980, when he took over as the women's head coach. From this point Ernst cemented his legacy as one of the best coaches in the sport of rowing. His women's teams won six National Championships, the last in 1987 when the Huskies swept the varsity eight, junior varsity eight and varsity four races.  Read more of Bob's bio here.

"Pulling Your Own Oar
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Steve Beals
President, The Wealth Network
   
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As an RVP, one of the most common reasons I hear for lack of Life Insurance production is “I work with retired people” or “I’m in the senior market”. I submit that advisors that work in this growing market, should be the TOP life insurance producers in the business if you just know what to look for.   While young families need the protection that life insurance offers, and business owners need life insurance for succession or executive benefits planning, the most diverse set of life insurance needs comes from those 55 and older! This presentation will provide some ideas you may have known about, but just not incorporated into your planning.



Event Exhibitor Package – $300
(Maximum of five for standard events, eight for MDRT Day. Competitors allowed. Available to non-dues-paying members subject to board approval. Discounts available for annual sponsors.)
  • Company name in e-blast announcements and reminders for the event (with link)
  • Company name on event page during promotion (with link)
  • Company name on website main page while event is featured  (with link)
  • Display table for your signage and marketing materials during event 
  • Complimentary admission to the event for one person
  • One employee of the exhibitor may attend at member rates (except MDRT Day)
  • Recognition during the program as an exhibitor 
  • Option to speak for up to 3 minutes about your business
Event Underwriter Package – $1,300
(
Support our events and help underwrite the cost of great speakers!  Only three offered, one per each of 
our four CORE events, excluding MDRT Day
.)
Company logo in e-blast announcement and reminders for the event (with link)
  • Company logo on website event page during promotion (with link)
  • Includes one Event Exhibitor Package for corresponding event ($300 value!)
  • Company logo on website main page while event is featured (with link)
  • Complimentary admission to the event for two guests of the “underwriter” (value varies by event)
  • Recognition during the program as providing help to underwrite the program
Have a business to showcase to our members?  Become an exhibitor or event underwriter!  For more information or to become a Sponsor or Exhibitor, contact our Secretary/Treasurer, Michael Staeb (see Leadership page for full contact information).


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NAIFA Seattle/Eastside,
Aug 21, 2012, 2:41 PM
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