NW Iowa Legacy Partners

The new tax law: is your estate plan still relevant?

Wednesday, april 18, 2018

6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

terrace view event center

230 St. Andrews Way  |  Sioux Center, Iowa 51250

jim prichard, j.d.

Jim combines 27 years of law practice with 12 years of ministry experience as a pastor. His understanding of both Estate Planning and Christian Stewardship uniquely qualify him for his work at Barnabas Foundation. His legal experience includes 18 years as a sole practitioner in general practice, with prior affiliations at two Minnesota law firms. Jim is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association. Since 2000, he has also served as pastor at City Light Church in Northfield, MN. Jim holds degrees from the University of Minnesota School of Law, magna cum laude, and Regent University School of Divinity. He  graduated with a B.A., summa cum laude, from St. Olaf College. Jim works out of the Minnesota office of Barnabas Foundation.

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reviewing and refreshing your real estate plan after the latest tax law changes

It’s not only laws that change. Your own circumstances and goals change over time. This seminar will provide an overview of the whys and hows of estate planning and then look at ways you can create or adjust your own estate and charitable giving plans in light of changes, including changes in the recent tax law, your family circumstances, or your charitable giving goals.

This informal gathering will explore the new tax laws and how they could impact your existing estate plan. It will also present new ideas for tackling other issues that can making constructing your estate a bit tricky. This gathering is ideally suited for those who have an existing estate plan, are thinking about revisions, or want to get started. Crafting the right estate plan is one of the most important decisions you will make in your lifetime.

We know you’re busy, but we’ll keep things moving - we encourage you to join us!

NW Iowa Legacy Partners (NWILP) is a collaborative effort of Dordt College, Hope Haven and Northwestern College. The primary objective is to provide timely and pertinent information to the many generous constituents who have supported these Christ-centered organizations.