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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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Monday February 18, 2019

Exciting events are happening at Georgia United Methodist Foundation
Thank you for your interest in Georgia United Methodist Foundation. Our hope is to serve you and your family with helpful information.
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Helping Seniors Extend Their Driving Years
What tips or resources can you recommend to help seniors extend their driving years? My dad, who is 82, is still a...
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Gifts of Cash
Many people use their annual gift exclusion as part of an overall estate planning strategy. Sara: "We had a pretty good...
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IRS Phone Calls Peak on February 19
Millions of Americans and their tax advisors are preparing their tax returns. Many have questions and will call the IRS. The peak day for IRS phone calls typically falls on the Tuesday after President's Day. During the entire week of February 19, taxpayers may be frustrated due to long hold times on IRS phone lines. However, many taxpayers and advisors will need IRS support to complete their 2018 returns. In IR-2019-10, the Service urged taxpayers to "Avoid the Rush" by using online resources. IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig stated, "IRS employees are working hard to provide taxpayers the...
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Gifts of Cash
Many people use their annual gift exclusion as part of an overall estate planning strategy. Sara: "We had a pretty good...
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Helping Seniors Extend Their Driving Years
What tips or resources can you recommend to help seniors extend their driving years? My dad, who is 82, is still a...
More
IRS Phone Calls Peak on February 19
Millions of Americans and their tax advisors are preparing their tax returns. Many have questions and will call the IRS. The peak day for IRS phone calls typically falls on the Tuesday after President's Day. During the entire week of February 19, taxpayers may be frustrated due to long hold times on IRS phone lines. However, many taxpayers and advisors will need IRS support to complete their 2018 returns. In IR-2019-10, the Service urged taxpayers to "Avoid the Rush" by using online resources. IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig stated, "IRS employees are working hard to provide taxpayers the...
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