Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce Advisory Council Provides Seminar to Founders Hall

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February 28, 2017
The Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce Advisory Council drew a packed room at Founders Hall on Friday, February 24, 2017 when a trio of legal, financial, and elder care professionals presented a seminar called "Must Have Documents."

Medical social worker Leslie Tewes discussed advance health care directives including living wills, health care proxies and DNRs (do not resuscitate orders).  Tewes has an aging and disability care management, education and advocacy business called Tewes Cares.  Attorney Pam Banks reviewed estate management including powers-of-attorney and basic trusts. Banks has over 23 years of legal experience counseling both individuals and businesses, including almost 10 years as a partner of a community-focused law firm. Investment advisor Chris Ceponis shared how some 2016 changes to Social Security can help to optimize retirement income. Ceponis specializes in retirement and estate planning as well as investment planning at Ceponis Financial Group.

For more information on how the Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce Advisory Council can assist you or provide a seminar to your group/organization, please call the Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce at (203) 438-5992.

Jen Mulhern, Office Manager
(203) 438-5992

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