The AASM Foundation and the SRS Foundation are jointly sponsoring a special webinar that will provide an in-depth review of charitable contributions and explore the benefits of annual giving and estate planning.

Please join Ron Paprocki, CEO of MEDIQUS Asset Advisors, Inc. for an informative financial webinar, Charitable Planning: Gifts That Keep on Giving. The webinar will be held Wednesday, June 24 at 12 PM CT (1 PM ET), and registration is free.

This webinar will explain:

  • Tax advantages of annual giving
  • Why you should plan your estate
  • Understanding the estate planning process
  • Considerations for various stages of life
  • How charitable contributions can play a role in leaving a legacy

Individuals of all ages and levels of financial knowledge are encouraged to attend. Take advantage of this free resource jointly provided by the SRS Foundation and the AASM Foundation.

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About the Speaker

Ronald J. Paprocki, JD, CFP®, CHBC is Chief Executive Officer of MEDIQUS Asset Advisors, Inc. Before co-founding MEDIQUS in 1996, Mr. Paprocki was Vice President of AMA Investment Advisors, L.P.

Mr. Paprocki is responsible for the Wealth Management and Retirement Plan services provided by MEDIQUS which includes the analysis and design of individual financial strategies for health care professionals, closely held business owners and high-level executives. Specifically, Mr. Paprocki’s areas of expertise include retirement, investment, estate and asset protection planning.

A CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certificant, Certified Healthcare Business Consultant (CHBC), and Registered Securities Principal, Mr. Paprocki earned his law degree from DePaul University College of Law and his bachelor’s degree from Knox College. In addition, he holds various securities, insurance and professional licenses.

Mr. Paprocki has consistently been named as one of Medical Economics magazine’s Best Financial Advisors for Physicians, and he is recognized as one of America’s top financial planners by the Consumer’s Research Council of America. He is also co-author of The Prescription for Financial Health: An Authoritative Guide for Physicians, first published in the fall of 2005 and most recent edition in March of 2014, Medical Practice Divorce, published by AMA Press in 2002, and The Three Stages of a Physician’s Career: Navigating from Training to Beyond Retirement, published in the spring of 2017.