Lindsey Paige Markus presents income and estate tax strategies at Advocate Aurora Health and North Trust's Professional Advisor Forum
Chuhak & Tecson, P.C. principal Lindsey Paige Markus will speak at the ninth annual Professional Advisor Forum hosted by Advocate Aurora Health and Northern Trust. This two-part virtual program takes place on Friday, Nov. 13 from 1 to 2:15 p.m. and Friday, Nov. 20 from 1 to 2:15 p.m. Attendees will receive key insights from thought leaders regarding topics impacting clients post-election 2020. Clients are fearful of their health and wealth, and the best estate planners can be a beacon of light during these dark times, providing wise counsel and devising plans that clients can act upon today, with assurance that they will survive these turbulent times. Markus will present at the second session on Nov. 20 and that discussion will address income and estate tax strategies post-election while in the midst of the pandemic.
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Lindsey Paige Markus
draws on her early career in business, finance and neuroscience to craft and implement creative solutions for the estate planning, wealth protection, and the corporate needs of individuals and businesses. As leader of the firm’s 19-attorney Estate Planning & Asset Protection Group, Lindsey is an indispensable resource for clients who entrust her with their finances and futures. Licensed in Illinois, Florida and New York, Lindsey is a published author and a natural educator who has appeared as a thought leader on television segments for WCIU, Fox News and NBC. She is passionate about giving back and has earned countless honors and gratitude for her tireless philanthropic efforts. As a founding member of the firm’s Women Helping Women program, Lindsey serves as a role model and mentor to many women attorneys, and regularly works with them one-on-one to steer them in the right direction with client issues and business development efforts. Actively promoting an inclusive firm culture that allows attorneys to be their best selves at work is one of the Lindsey’s qualities that her colleagues admire most about her.