Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago invites you to attend the 48th Annual Louis Susman Memorial Tax Seminar with a seminar focusing on tax estate planning for accountants, lawyers, insurance, and finance professionals.
No solicitation of funds.
If you have questions about the event, please contact LaTrice Taylor at
Continuing Education Credit Available
Application for Illinois continuing professional education certification has been made for financial planners and certified public accountants. Continuing legal education credits for the states of Indiana, Florida and Wisconsin can be provided. Certificate of Attendance is also available for Illinois MCLE. To receive MCLE continuing education credit, attorneys must bring their ARDC numbers.
About Louis Susman
Louis Susman extended his generosity toward the less fortunate in his community and Israel. He was particularly interested in Jewish philanthropy and Jewish education. Mr. Susman was deeply committed to Spertus Institute of Jewish Learning and Leadership and Technion. With his daughter and son-in-law, Helen and Norman Asher, he established the family's continuing commitment to the community. Mr. Susman bequeathed his entire estate to philanthropic organizations, with a significant portion going to the Jewish Federation's Endowment Fund and several of our beneficiary agencies.
Mr. Susman was born in 1888 in Poland, the eldest son of seven children. At 17, he immigrated to the United States and eventually settled in Chicago where he married Rebecca Levenfeld and became a successful builder.
As an ongoing memorial to his generosity and to honor his life, the Jewish Federation has named this annual event in honor of Louis Susman.