Litman Gregory Asset Management was selected as the honoree for Outstanding Corporate Philanthropist (1-99 employees) for the East Bay Leadership Council’s 6th Annual Philanthropy Awards. The East Bay Philanthropy Awards are an opportunity to honor exemplary community-minded leaders, businesses, and service organizations that make the Easy Bay more vibrant.
Litman Gregory’s Charitable Partnership Program was recognized for its efforts on fighting homelessness through our support of SHELTER, Inc. of Contra Costa County and Compass Family Services in San Francisco.
Alice Lowenstein Earns CSRIC™, Sustainable, Responsible & Impact Investing Designation
We are pleased to share that Managing Director Alice Lowenstein has obtained the Chartered SRI Counselor designation, the first major financial credential dedicated specifically to sustainable, responsible and impact investing. This designation demonstrates Alice’s knowledge of SRI principles and best practices.
As 2020 comes to a close, we join in the enthusiastic farewells to this truly unique year, and also reflect on what we achieved with our clients through it all. Our colleagues worked against the grim tide of news and unprecedented events to support one another, discover our resilience, and ultimately deliver on our ongoing commitment to our clients.
Barron’s Article Featuring Gretchen Hollstein: 5 Tax Moves to Consider for an Unusual Year
Litman Gregory Senior Advisor Gretchen Hollstein was quoted in this recent Barron’s article, which offered ideas to consider before year-end. She describes some common planning strategies we utilize with clients, such as considering Roth IRA conversions and managing IRA required distributions in a unique tax year.