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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 February 21, 2018

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Income Tax Filing Requirements for Retirees
What are the IRS income tax filing requirements for seniors this year? I didn't file a tax return the past two years...
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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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Tax Filing Season Opens Door to New Scam
As the tax filing season moves into high gear, tax scammers continue to develop new strategies. In IR-2018-27, the Service explained the latest tax scam. Because it is difficult for IRS software to discover scams using actual taxpayer data, the tax scammers have developed a new concept. The tax scammer starts by acquiring your normal tax return information — your name, Social Security Number, typical deductions, filing status and bank account numbers. In some cases, the tax scammer steals this information by hacking into your tax preparer's computer network. After stealing your...
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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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Income Tax Filing Requirements for Retirees
What are the IRS income tax filing requirements for seniors this year? I didn't file a tax return the past two years...
More
Tax Filing Season Opens Door to New Scam
As the tax filing season moves into high gear, tax scammers continue to develop new strategies. In IR-2018-27, the Service explained the latest tax scam. Because it is difficult for IRS software to discover scams using actual taxpayer data, the tax scammers have developed a new concept. The tax scammer starts by acquiring your normal tax return information — your name, Social Security Number, typical deductions, filing status and bank account numbers. In some cases, the tax scammer steals this information by hacking into your tax preparer's computer network. After stealing your...
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