Formerly known as \u201cBaby Boomers\u201d, 50-65 year-old clients are now being referred to affectionately as the \u201cSandwich Generation\u201d. People in this age range are flanked by elderly parents and young adult children, each of whom require specific financial needs. Managing aging parents who are entering nursing homes and care facilities requires specific financial arrangements that can be difficult to address with elderly family members. Parenting young adults in the \u201cMillennial\u201d generation comes with its own dilemma, ensuring that they are financially stable and prepared when their parents wish to start taking advantage of transferring assets.ESTATE PLANNING for PARENTS of MILLENNIALS1.o CPE Credit\u00a0provided by Approved Program Sponsor,\u00a0State Board of Accountancy \u2013 Bureau of Professional and Occupational AffairsTuesday, May 22\u00a0at the Offices of Gross McGinley, LLP33 S. Seventh Street, Allentown, PA 18101FREE PARKING7:45 am Registration, 8:00 am to 9:00 am ProgramThis one-hour CPE credit panel discussion will specifically address the estate planning and financial needs of 50-65-year olds from the perspective of an attorney, accountant, and financial planner. The discussion will focus on how accountants and financial planners can ensure they are providing their clients with appropriate guidance.REGISTER NOWWe are offering this seminar free of charge. However, space is limited. Please\u00a0register by\u00a0Tuesday, May 8th by fax to (610) 820-6006. For more information, please call (610) 820-5450.