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2022-23 Membership Renewal

The time period for the renewal of membership, or joining as a new member, begins July 1, 2022, and ends on September 1, 2022.  The option to pay dues online has been established and details will be found in the email forwarding renewal information to you.

 

September 22, 2022    

SPEAKER:            LARRY SLABOZ – PRUDENTIAL LIFE DISTRIBUTORS

TOPIC:                LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS FOR INDIVIDUALS AND CLIENTS

Larry is a Life Insurance Consultant and has been in the industry for over 35 years.  He serves as a consultant to many life insurance agents in the State of Michigan.  He will speak on the life insurance needs for individuals and our clients and what they should have.  His presentation will be purely informative.  He will define and explain several areas of life insurance.  He will also cover the difference between work life insurance and individual life insurance.

 

October 27, 2022

 

SPEAKER:           MOHAMED ADEL  -  SAGINAW VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY

TOPIC:                  CRYPTOCURRENCY           

 Mohamed Adel has been a finance professor at Saginaw Valley State University since 2020 and is very knowledgeable on the topic of Cryptocurrency, which he teaches to finance students in his classes.  He will talk about the technology and the uses of block chain investing.  He is able to explain Cryptocurrency in a way that will be easily understood.  Further, he will warn about the gambling aspects of Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies.

 

MEMBERSHIP

The NMEPC is currently comprised of about 100 members from five disciplines: CPAs, Attorneys, Financial Services Professionals, Trust Officers, and Development Officers of non-profit organizations.  Annual dues are $150, which includes the program materials and a buffet luncheon.

A junior membership has been established for those who do not qualify for full membership but are studying for or working toward a designation, certification or qualification in one of the five disciplines.  Annual dues are $100.  A junior member must be employed by and/or actively involved in one of those fields in the State of Michigan.  A junior membership may be renewed for a maximum of three years, with the expectation that, at or before othat time, the junior member would meet the qualifications for full membership.

 

MEETINGS

The NMEPC meets on the last Thursday of September, October, January, February, April and May.  Meetings are held in person at the Great Hall in Midland and at Isabella Bank in Mt. Pleasant.  Joining by Zoom is an option, except for the annual meeting in May, which is generally held at a different venue.  Lunch is served at 12:00 noon, with the program beginning at 12:30 and concluding at 1:30 p.m.

 

OUR PURPOSE

♦  To effect and promote the coordination of professional services necessary for proper estate planning including charitable giving.

♦  To improve the understanding, knowledge and skill of the member professional groups in their efforts on behalf of their clients and in appreciation of each specialized service. 

♦  To raise the standards of cooperation between the professional groups for more effective application and employment of professional services in behalf of public interest.

♦  To promote and encourage the appropriate use of the professional services available from the different groups coomprising the membership of this Council.     

APPLICATIONS

If you would like to join the Council, please click here for an application form or contact us at admin@nmepc.org.  Our mailing address is: NMEPCP.O. Box 347, Freeland, MI 48623. For an application for a Junior Membership, please click here.

If you have any questions, please contact us at admin@nmepc.org.