On November 16th and again on November 18th, Ilene Ferenczy and Derrin Watson will team up to present two-hour webcasts for NIPA, titled “2021 Is Coming: Are You Ready? (Parts I and II). You thought when you finished your 10/15 deadlines, you could put your feet up for a while … boy, are you wrong? A lot is happening at the end of 2020 and in 2021 that you need to gear up for. You can’t plan for what you can’t see coming, so join Derrin and Ilene as they talk about some of the challenges we will face in the next several months.
FIDUCIARY TRAINING WEBINARS
Alison Cohen and Ilene Ferenczy are collaborating with Clearview Advisory Group to present a series of training webinars on fiduciary issues. The next one is scheduled for November 19th, and the topic is “Everyone Tells Me I’m a Fiduciary. Is that Fatal?”
The final webinar will be held on December 9th and the topic will be “Identity Theft.”
ABC OF CENTRAL TEXAS and ABC OF DALLAS/FORT WORTH – virtual training series
The ASPPA Benefits Councils of TX are joining forces to sponsor their annual full-day benefits seminars virtually in lieu of the back-to-back days which were originally planned for early this past summer. Instead of Ilene Ferenczy being on-site for those as usual, she will be presenting four, two-hour sessions over four days to the combined membership of both groups on Dec. 2,3,9, and 10. The topics to be covered will be “Keeping Current,” “SECURE & CARES: What You Need to Know for 2021,” Be Your Client’s Hero!: Lessons Learned from Litigation,” Practical MEP: How Do I Do This?,” and Ethics.
ERISAPEDIA/FERENCZY BENEFITS LAW CENTER FREE WEBCASTS (featuring FBLC presenters)
November 20th marks the date of our next ERISApedia/Ferenczy Benefits Law Center webcast. Stay tuned – the topic and presenters will be determined soon.
On Wednesday, December 16th from 2:00-4:00 pm (ET), join Ilene Ferenczy, Derrin Watson and the Ferenczy Benefits players for this year’s scenario-driven, comedy-ridden get-your-ethics-credits-here session! Not only will the scripts entertain you (making this session so much more fun than the standard droning about Circular 230), but these stories are commonly rooted in real life situations that have occurred. So, you will be able to congratulate yourself for a year in which you avoided these pitfalls … or maybe not! 100 minutes of Ethics credit will get you the 2 hours you need for continuing education in this category for 2020.
See registration link below, which will also give you information regarding archived webcasts.
CE credit is available for these webcasts. Registration is available via this link: http://www.erisapedia.com/webcasts. This link also contains more information on future free webcasts co-sponsored by ERISApedia and our firm, as well as the availability of past webcast recordings. If you have any questions concerning a webcast, contact email@example.com.
Listen in on our first podcast featuring Alison Cohen discussing PEPs, MEPs, and SEPs with Rick Unser of 401(k) Fridays.