an expert attorney on estate planning, wills, trusts, etc presented during first part of meeting.
then, last quarter of meeting was the traditional peer-to-peer discussion / breakout sessions.
we're doing a survey to see what MN folks want to do for future boglehead meetings. contact me for a link to the survey if interested in completing it.
next meeting is 14-november, in woodbury unless the survey results indicate other time/format/location is preferred.
a special thanks to our featured speaker today, joe henderson. he talked about estate planning, wills, trusts, etc. very informative. i think our first external speaker we've ever had was a success. whew! his website is http://www.jfhendersonlaw.com/
going forward, i would like to continue setting meeting agendas, durations, times, formats, etc. that benefit the maximum # of people possible. to help do that systematically, i created a short (9 question) survey to find out what the perfect boglehead meeting should be.
next meeting: NOTE: based on survey results, these dates may change... stay tuned... but tentatively, they are:
14-november-2009, in woodbury
and for those planners who look way ahead:
also, there are two other boglehead groups that meet: a west side group led by sandra and an east side group led by phil. if you're interested in these 'in between' meetings, please contact them directly (see the CC email addresses above).
pictures from today: http://www.bogleheads.org/
if interested, you can pre-order the next boglehead book at amazon ($16.47), bogleheads guide to retirement planning: http://www.amazon.com/
have a great rest of the summer, everyone. i think the survey can really assist making future meetings better. i'm looking forward to seeing the results.