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At the Georgia United Methodist Foundation, our goal is to educate you on how you might plan your affairs to benefit your family, as well as United Methodist churches and ministries that are close to your heart. If you have any questions about the best way for you to benefit through a planned gift, please contact 770-449-6726, 877-220-5664 or info@gumf.org. A Planned Giving team member will be very pleased to help you.

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Wednesday August 23, 2017

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Finding Money for Long-Term Care
What resources can you refer me to for long-term care financial help? My 84-year-old mother needs assisted living or...
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Chronic Illness - Care of Your Person
If you have a chronic illness, your personal planning will need to involve careful consideration of your condition. Many...
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In IR-2017-130, the Service continued a summer series of warnings about tax scammers. In this latest scam, a business or nonprofit is targeted in an effort to obtain its employees' Forms W-2. In this scam, the fraudster claims to be an officer of the business or nonprofit. He or she sends an email to a financial or human resources employee. The fraudster tries to trick the employee into sending him or her a list of all employee W-2 forms. With the W-2 forms, the fraudster is able to file tax returns with exact income numbers and request improper refunds. Because the income numbers are...
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Chronic Illness - Care of Your Person
If you have a chronic illness, your personal planning will need to involve careful consideration of your condition. Many...
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Finding Money for Long-Term Care
What resources can you refer me to for long-term care financial help? My 84-year-old mother needs assisted living or...
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In IR-2017-130, the Service continued a summer series of warnings about tax scammers. In this latest scam, a business or nonprofit is targeted in an effort to obtain its employees' Forms W-2. In this scam, the fraudster claims to be an officer of the business or nonprofit. He or she sends an email to a financial or human resources employee. The fraudster tries to trick the employee into sending him or her a list of all employee W-2 forms. With the W-2 forms, the fraudster is able to file tax returns with exact income numbers and request improper refunds. Because the income numbers are...
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