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Maximize Your Philanthropic Goals

  • Make a difference in people's lives and always be remembered for your contribution
  • Benefit yourself, your family and our cause with your planned gift
  • Help us fulfill our mission for many years and generations to come
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Tuesday December 10, 2019

Exciting events are happening at Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan
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Thank you for your interest in Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan. Our hope is to serve you and your family with helpful information.
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How Seniors Can Get Free Legal Assistance
Savvy Living
Can you recommend any resources that provide free or low-cost legal services to seniors? I am 68 and need some...
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Passwords Can Protect Data From Identity Thieves
Washington News
In IR-2019-196, the Service offered nine tips for password protection. With the growth of online shopping, millions of Americans are potentially exposed to online fraudsters. The first line of defense against online attacks is creating strong passwords. IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig noted, “Taking a few simple steps to protect your passwords can help protect your money and your sensitive financial information from identity thieves, which is critically important as tax season approaches. Protecting your information makes it harder for an identity thief to file a fraudulent tax return in your name.” Cybersecurity experts continually update the strategies for passwords. Previously, they suggested complex passwords that were different for every online account. Because most individuals have accounts for financial services, social media, online shopping and other purposes, the number of complex passwords is too great. As a result, security experts now recommend longer phrases such as “SomethingYouCanRemember@30!”. These nine IRS tips help you protect your online accounts. Password Length – Passwords should be eight or more characters long. Combination – Use upper and lowercase letters, numbers and symbols in your password. Personal Information – Do not use your city, street or other...
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Living Trust - Life and Death Decisions
Personal Planner
In discussing your living trust with your attorney, there are several very important decisions for you to consider. Some...
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Thank you for your interest in Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan. Our hope is to serve you and your family with helpful information.

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How Seniors Can Get Free Legal Assistance
Savvy Living

Can you recommend any resources that provide free or low-cost legal services to seniors? I am 68 and need some...

More
Passwords Can Protect Data From Identity Thieves
Washington News

In IR-2019-196, the Service offered nine tips for password protection. With the growth of online shopping, millions of Americans are potentially exposed to online fraudsters. The first line of defense against online attacks is creating strong passwords. IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig noted, “Taking a few simple steps to protect your passwords can help protect your money and your sensitive financial information from identity thieves, which is critically important as tax season approaches. Protecting your information makes it harder for an identity thief to file a fraudulent tax return in your name.” Cybersecurity experts continually update the strategies for passwords. Previously, they suggested complex passwords that were different for every online account. Because most individuals have accounts for financial services, social media, online shopping and other purposes, the number of complex passwords is too great. As a result, security experts now recommend longer phrases such as “SomethingYouCanRemember@30!”. These nine IRS tips help you protect your online accounts. Password Length – Passwords should be eight or more characters long. Combination – Use upper and lowercase letters, numbers and symbols in your password. Personal Information – Do not use your city, street or other...

More
Living Trust - Life and Death Decisions
Personal Planner

In discussing your living trust with your attorney, there are several very important decisions for you to consider. Some...

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