Caregiver Education Series

Caregiver Education Series

06-29-17 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Gypsum Public Library
Address: Lundgren Blvd, Gypsum, CO 81637, USA

Caregiver Education Series

 

Caregiver Legal and Tax Considerations

 

Thursday, June 29th
5:30 – 7:00 pm
Gypsum Public Library

 

Speakers:
Robert Mann, CPA
Ann Hutchison, Attorney

Facilitator: Andrea Grohmann, MSW

Robert Mann, Certified Public Accountant

Robert S. Mann has been a Colorado licensed CPA since January 2001.  He is a member of the Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants as well as the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.  After moving here in 1991 Robert managed multiple small businesses in the valley before going to work for East West Partners.  In 2009, Robert opened his own business focused on tax planning and preparation for individuals and businesses and general accounting services. He lives in Eagle with his wife Tina.

Ann Hutchison, Attorney

Ann Hutchison has a diverse and accomplished legal background. Ann has practiced law since 1986 and has extensive experience in both transactional and litigation matters. She has practiced law in Colorado, Arizona and Wisconsin resulting in a unique breadth of experience. Ann has been active in estate planning throughout her career and utilizes effective strategies available in Colorado to help individuals arrange their affairs so that theirr estate can be administered with ease and efficiency. She has lived with her family near Vail, Colorado since 1995.

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