work for you.
An insightful discussion on retirement and
succession planning for North Bay business owners.
October 24, 5:30-8: 30 pm
StoneTree Clubhouse, Novato, CA
A handful of critical decisions can transform your business into the asset
you need it to be. Learn from seasoned veterans how you can create a
disciplined financial plan — including tax and investment strategies for your
future succession or retirement. Discover how intelligent planning can help
you maximize the value in your business — and the happiness in your life.
Presented by Private Ocean
with Hanson Bridgett and Jorstad & Associates.
Sponsored by Marin Magazine and North Bay Biz.
$30 fee includes drinks and hors d’oeuvres.
Capacity limited to 100 people.
Reserve your seat today at
or call Michelle Leeds at 415.526.2900.
Tim Jorstad, CPA
Jorstad & Associates
Start Minimizing Your
Tax Exposure Now
Teresa Pahl, JD
Smart Strategies for
Selling Your Business
Richard Stone, CFP©
Founder & Chairman
Planning for Your
Personal, powerful wealth management
What happened next? In 1960, I appeared on
an Ed Sullivan television special and was on
the cover of Time magazine, the first come-
dian to ever do that. That same year, Joseph P.
Kennedy hired me to write campaign gags for
his son, John F. Kennedy, who was running for
president. Then I was in some movies, recorded
the first comedy record and started appearing
on television shows with guys like Dick Cavett,
Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin. Years ago,
Jonathan Winters — I think he’s the greatest
comic ever — and I got rejected from the same
show. Woody Allen says he wouldn’t have done
stand-up if it weren’t for me. And Woody and
Dick Cavett came to the show I did last June at
the Carlyle Hotel in Manhattan. It was wonderful to catch up with them.
What’s in your future? In November I’ll be
interviewed on a two-hour Tom Brokaw/NBC
special on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy. They think I
know a thing or t wo about the way Kennedy
was killed. In the late 1960s, I put my career
on hold for 10 years to work with New Orleans
DA Jim Garrison on what I felt was the only
truthful investigation into the assassination.
One perpetrator, Clay Shaw, was indicted and
brought to trial, but he was acquitted. Jim
Garrison was the most courageous man I ever
met. He stood 6 feet 7 inches tall, had a baritone
voice and was relentless in seeking the truth.
In your mind, how and why was the president
killed? Why? Easy, it’s because he was going to
withdraw U. S. troops from Vietnam. He also