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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 June 17, 2019

How to Give Property to Children
Parents have a number of reasons for making gifts to children. First, a parent should have sufficient resources for...
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The New 'Taxpayer Friendly' IRS?
On June 13, the Senate passed the Taxpayer First Act (TFA) and sent the bill to the President for his signature. The bill to reform the IRS received praise from leaders of both parties. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) supported the bill and noted it is "a big first step toward strengthening taxpayer protections and turning the IRS into the customer service organization it ought to be." Senate Finance Committee Ranking Member Ron Wyden (D-OR) also spoke favorably about the IRS reform act. He stated, "Our bill includes critical provisions to improve customer service,...
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How to Protect Yourself from the Social Security Imposter Scam
I recently received a strange call from an individual claiming to be a Social Security employee. The caller informed me...
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How to Give Property to Children
Parents have a number of reasons for making gifts to children. First, a parent should have sufficient resources for...
More
How to Protect Yourself from the Social Security Imposter Scam
I recently received a strange call from an individual claiming to be a Social Security employee. The caller informed me...
More
The New 'Taxpayer Friendly' IRS?
On June 13, the Senate passed the Taxpayer First Act (TFA) and sent the bill to the President for his signature. The bill to reform the IRS received praise from leaders of both parties. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) supported the bill and noted it is "a big first step toward strengthening taxpayer protections and turning the IRS into the customer service organization it ought to be." Senate Finance Committee Ranking Member Ron Wyden (D-OR) also spoke favorably about the IRS reform act. He stated, "Our bill includes critical provisions to improve customer service,...
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