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Accelerating Past COVID: From Owning a Business to Owning Your Future
Apr 13, 2021M j, Y12:00pm EDT2021-04-13T16:00:00Zg:ia T1 hourFort Pitt Capital Group’s Chris Chaney, a Certified Exit Planning Advisor, is hosting the webinar, "Accelerating Past COVID: from Owning a Business to Owning Your Future," featuring advice from tax and estate lawyers from Dentons Cohen & Grigsby as well as Retirement Plan Services Director Nathan Boxx. We will cover planning a pathway to successful exit & succession strategies that consider:
•The business itself
Chris Chaney is a Certified Exit Planner, specially trained to create plans for business owners that will address their business, financial, and personal challenges and provide them with a clear path to an optimal outcome.
Nathan Boxx, AIF®, CFP®: As the Director of Retirement Plan Services at Fort Pitt Capital, Nathan helps our retirement plan sponsors meet their fiduciary obligations and their participants achieve retirement goals.
Eric Pfeil is a Shareholder within Dentons Cohen & Grigsby’s Trusts, Estates, and Wealth Preservation Group, and concentrates his practice on estate planning, probate law, family business planning, and taxation related to estates and gifts. He also has a focus on Corporate and Tax.
Mike Silverman is a Shareholder of Dentons Cohen & Grigsby, and his Corporate practice encompasses a broad range of matters, including recapitalizations, mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures, structuring captive insurance companies, and private equity capital transactions. Mike has represented businesses and business owners, individual investors, universities, and institutional investors in these transactions. He also has significant experience in representing individuals and businesses in federal, state, and local tax audits. In addition, Mike serves as general corporate counsel for local, regional, and national privately-held businesses in a wide variety of industries, including manufacturing, energy, defense, chemicals, real estate, software, construction, and financial services.