Quarterly Continuing Education Meeting

December 11, 2019
11:30 AM - 6:30 PM
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SDSU Alumni Center (Park in Garage #7)
5250 55th St
San Diego, CA 92182
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Optional sponsored lunch 11:30 am to 12:30 pm.

Program from 12:45 pm to 5:15 pm.

Social hour 5:15 pm to 6:15 pm.

Dr. Brad Klontz

Behavioral Finance: Increasing Resilience and Compliance in the Client-Professional Relationship  CE Pending

Simply by engaging with a professional, every potential client will be asked to do things that they are not already doing: to change certain behaviors, to start some things, to stop some things, to do more or less of other things. Based on the latest research on conditions that facilitate such changes this presentation will model 30 simple, easy to understand and implement, suggestions for the professional that are designed to facilitate resilient and effective relationships between professionals and clients. All suggestions represent a way of being with clients and are independent of knowing anything about the client except that they are human beings that respond and react in predictable ways.


Here is a link to Dr. Klontz's bio:  https://www.yourmentalwealth.com/about-us/dr-brad-klontz/ 

 

 

 

 

Anne Wenger, Esq. – Estate Planning Update. 1 Hour CE

Presentation Title: What to look out for and how best to protect your clients

Anne focuses her practice in McLaughlin Legal’s Estate and Tax Planning division. Anne advises clients with regard to their fundamental estate plans (Trust, Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney and Advance Health Care Directives), as well as assists her clients in evaluating and implementing various tax strategies to help protect and preserve their assets. Originally from San Diego, Anne received her undergraduate education at the University of Notre Dame. Anne attended the University of San Diego School of Law’s Graduate Tax Program, where she earned her Master of Laws (LL.M) degree in Taxation. Anne also teaches Estate Planning and Taxation at San Diego State University in the Finance Department and the College of Extended Studies.

 





Daniel Rodriguez – Dr. Budgets – Building a Budget. 1 hour CE

Program Name: Behind the Bottom Line. How Emotions Drive Budgets. Daniel Rodriguez (Dr. Budgets) 

Description of Program:  Budgeting is not just about money out and money in. It is a manifestation of deeply-rooted beliefs and emotions, and a reflection of what is actually most important to us. Daniel will show you why building and following a budget is an emotional process, and why this is important to consider when working with your clients. You will also learn some practical tips on how you can best communicate with your clients when their spending habits prevent them from achieving their goals or are having an adverse effect on their lives. 

Learning Objectives:

Interpersonal Communication

  • Client and planner attitudes, values, biases and behavioral characteristics and the impact on financial planning
  • Principles of communication and counseling
  • Understanding why budgeting is emotional
  • Understanding how to work with clients to create AND FOLLOW a healthy budget.






Stuart White is sponsoring an optional lunch and presenting a Long-Term Care Insurance Case Study. 1 hour CE

Program Name: What’s Your Plan? A Fiduciary Look at Extended Care Planning- Stuart L. White 

Description of Program:  

An in-depth presentation that reviews the various options for funding a long-term care event. The presentation includes a comparison of traditional insurance contracts with the increasingly popular hybrid policies along with self-funding and public programs. The presentation concludes with a case study that examines the pros and cons of each for a hypothetical scenario. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding Long Term Care insurance options
  • Understanding Insurance needs analysis
  • Understanding principals of insurance planning.

 

 

Tickets

$75.00 Member Registration
$60.00 Earlybird rate before December 1

$120.00 Non-member registration