NAPLES, FL (May 21, 2014) – Naples-based Family Wealth Transfer Specialist and author of The Florida Domicile Handbook: Vital Information for New Florida Residents Michael Kilbourn was joined by co-author and local Attorney Brad Galbraith to deliver a financial contribution on Tuesday, May 21, 2014, to Naples Daily News Publisher Bill Barker and leadership staff at Newspapers in Education. After hosting free public seminars in the new agency’s Community Room since December, Kilbourn and Galbraith’s donation on Wednesday reflects sales from 1,000 books written by Kilbourn, Galbraith and members of the Wealth Protection Network (WPN).
“Our goal at the seminars is to teach seasonal visitors and new Florida residents about the benefits of the Florida lifestyle through domicile,” said Kilbourn, who also recently published Disinherit the IRS with the WPN. “Giving the newspaper proceeds from book sales by seminar attendees aligned well with my goal because the program supports education too.”
According to Galbraith, whose firm, Hahn, Loeser & Parks, was recently named “Law Firm of the Year for 2013” by Legal Aid Services of Collier County, “Both the Newspaper in Education program and our book help Collier residents analyze, interpret and navigate through their options in life. While for young students it’s ”
NIE online portal that connects classrooms with news resources like an electronic version of the Naples Daily News.
gives students a strong foundation on how to
stories about their world through the lens of the news industry.” “pe for each and every one we have the privilege to positively impact. Education will be the headline speaker at a FREE Year-End Tax Planning seminar on Tuesday, December 7, 2010 from 9:30am to noon at the Naples Hilton. This event is specifically designed for taxpayers seeking estate planning guidance and tax strategies. Joining Kilbourn will be Certified Financial Planner Rob O’Dell and Brad Galbraith, Esq., CPA, and Board Certified in Wills, Trusts and Estates by the Florida Bar Association. The seminar will feature time-sensitive information on several key changes set to take effect in 2011 that may impact an individual’s tax status, investment risk exposure, retirement accounts, life insurance limits and estate plan protections.