FEA Fall Webinar Series


The FEA is commencing its 2019 Fall webinar series featuring one-hour webinars approved for CES® credit hours.   
 
The Fall 2019 series will cover in-demand as well as brand-new topics.  All participants will receive a copy of the PowerPoint presentation and any prepared handouts.  There will also be a Question & Answer session at the end of each webinar.
 
The FEA is making every effort to keep the cost as low as possible to make these webinars affordable for everyone.  Education is critical to the long-term success of the CES® designation and our industry. 

The cost per credit hour is just $39 for CES Designees and $45 for all others.

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SCHEDULED WEBINARS


Tuesday, November 19, 2019 – 12:00 PM Eastern

Oil & Gas Royalty Interests

Wolf Hanschen, Peregrine 1031 Energy Partners

Oil and gas royalty interests are qualifying replacement property for purposes of IRC Section 1031.  Wolf breaks down the specifics for us and explains how these often overlooked investments can be viable and solid long-term investments for 1031 buyers.


Thursday, November 21, 2019 – 12:00 PM Eastern

Thorny Issues

Presented by Lee David Medinets, Esq., CES®

 

In this webinar, David will discuss some interesting, challenging and unique 1031 situations a QI may encounter.


Wednesday, December 4, 2019 – 1:00 PM Eastern

Tax Update

Mary Foster, Esq., CES®
 
Not to be missed!  In this webinar, Mary will provide her annual comprehensive overview of all new 1031-related guidance which came out in the past year. 


Thursday, December 12, 2019 – 1:00 PM Eastern

State of the FEA / GAC Update

Scott Saunders, Suzanne Baker, Esq., CES®, Mary Cunningham, CES® and David Franasiak, Esq.
 
FEA President Scott Saunders will discuss the upcoming year’s outlook for the FEA and FEA’s Government Affairs Committee will present a DC update.


Tuesday, December 17, 2019 – 1:00 PM Eastern

Exchanges of Property with Some Personal Use / Business Continuity

Presented by James Miller, Esq., & Stephen Wayner, Esq., CES®

 

In this webinar, Jim will discuss exchanges of property with some personal use and what the limitations are and Steve will discuss disaster relief pronouncements and how those affect your business and your clients’ exchanges.



Thursday, December 19, 2019 – 12:00 PM Eastern

Drop and Swap Update

Presented by Lee David Medinets, Esq., CES®

 

David will present an update on the current status of partnership split-up/split-off issues.



Thursday, December 26, 2019 – 12:00 PM Eastern

QOZs Haven’t Killed Section 1031 Exchanges

Presented by Matthew E. Rappaport, Esq.

 

This presentation will compare Section 1031 exchanges and Qualified Opportunity Funds while detailing the ways they cannot only coexist, but also interact directly. This session is a reprise of Matthew’s presentation at the FEA Annual Conference.


Friday, December 27, 2019 – 12:00 PM Eastern

CES® Council Ethics Roundtable

CES® Councilmembers
 

This webinar will focus on several ethical dilemmas often encountered by QIs and how they were dealt with.  Don't miss this chance to earn your ethics credit—this webinar qualifies for CE ethics credit.


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Stay tuned for the scheduling of upcoming topics. 

 

Information for CES® Designees:

 

  • Each webinar is pre-approved for one (1) CES® credit hour. 

  • If you are seeking CES® credit hours, you must register and participate individually.  Multiple Designees in one office must register separately to receive the credit hour. 

  • A representative of the CES® Council will be present on each webinar and will track the attendance of participants.  The roster of attendees will be provided to the CES® Council so the credit hour can be logged in the records of the individual Designees. 

  • You are not eligible to receive credit for a session you previously attended at an FEA Conference or webinar. 

  • For Designees with a renewal period ending 12/31/19, the CES® Certification Council requires a minimum of 12 credit hours be earned through live, in-person learning.  FEA-sponsored webinars qualify as live, in-person learning.

  • Please keep in mind that those with a renewal period ending 12/31/19 are required to obtain at least two (2) hours of Ethics education by the end of the renewal period.  


For additional information on the webinars and your CES® renewal or continuing education requirements, please contact Kelly Pearl, CES® Certification Council Renewal Chair, at kelly.pearl@calbt.com