Louisiana CLE - Finance and Banking Courses
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With the fall of FTX and the dream of cryptocurrency, the intersection between it and federal and security commodities becomes both fascinating and highly relevant. And as per the title of this session, has taken on Biblical proportions (see Samuel 2, 1:19). This riveting CLE course will present the allegations by the U.S. Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodities Future Trading Commission against Samuel Bankman-Fried, former CEO of FTX, and wil... More Info$291.03General Credits
This CLE course will explain the SECURE Act (Setting Every Community Up For Retirement Enhancement) and its impact on the nation’s retirement system. The course will address the five main focus areas of the SECURE Act and how, as an attorney, the law may affect your financial plan. The course will cover topics such as the new age requirements for RMD’s and age limitations on traditional IRA’s, distribution options for beneficiaries, flexibility and options with regards to 529 p... More Info$291.05General Credits
Issuing shares that are (nearly) tax-free is relatively simple when a small business or start-up first launches. When a shareholder or LLC member receives “sweat equity” or shares in exchange for labor, the tax and legal issues become a bit more complicated. This entertaining, fast-paced CLE course will explain the issues of treating “sweat equity” workers as regular employees as opposed to independent contractors, as well as explain the use of restricted stock, options, warrants and o... More Info$291General Credit