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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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Thursday June 27, 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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Choosing an Executor for Your Will
Savvy Living
Do you have any recommendations or tips for selecting an executor of a will? I am putting together my will and I want to...
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Taxpayer Advocate Desires IRS Improvements
Washington News
National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E. Olson will be retiring on July 31, 2019. In her final report to Congress, Olson expressed her appreciation for the opportunity to serve taxpayers. "I am enormously grateful for the opportunity I've had to advocate on behalf of our nation's taxpayers," Olson noted. "Amazingly, despite the challenges of complying with our multi-million-word tax code, more than 150 million individual taxpayers and more than 10 million business entities do their civic duty every year by filing income tax returns with the IRS. That is an extraordinary achievement and one we should not take for granted." Olson has also been at the forefront of efforts to improve IRS services. She used this final report to explain some specific concerns about the IRS. Olson noted, "But even as the system works for most taxpayers most of the time, it doesn't work for millions of others. Taxpayer service is woefully inadequate. IRS audit notices are often unclear, leading some taxpayers to agree to assessments by default – even when they do not owe the tax. And the IRS doesn't screen for ability to pay before it takes collection actions, thereby causing or worsening financial hardships for financially vulnerable taxpayers." The three primary areas for improvement that Olson highlighted include IRS taxpayer services,...
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Do You Have a Difficult Family?
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A businessman with a $2.5 billion estate passed away in 1976. He was single and many individuals, mostly unrelated to...
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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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Choosing an Executor for Your Will
Savvy Living

Do you have any recommendations or tips for selecting an executor of a will? I am putting together my will and I want to...

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Taxpayer Advocate Desires IRS Improvements
Washington News

National Taxpayer Advocate Nina E. Olson will be retiring on July 31, 2019. In her final report to Congress, Olson expressed her appreciation for the opportunity to serve taxpayers. "I am enormously grateful for the opportunity I've had to advocate on behalf of our nation's taxpayers," Olson noted. "Amazingly, despite the challenges of complying with our multi-million-word tax code, more than 150 million individual taxpayers and more than 10 million business entities do their civic duty every year by filing income tax returns with the IRS. That is an extraordinary achievement and one we should not take for granted." Olson has also been at the forefront of efforts to improve IRS services. She used this final report to explain some specific concerns about the IRS. Olson noted, "But even as the system works for most taxpayers most of the time, it doesn't work for millions of others. Taxpayer service is woefully inadequate. IRS audit notices are often unclear, leading some taxpayers to agree to assessments by default – even when they do not owe the tax. And the IRS doesn't screen for ability to pay before it takes collection actions, thereby causing or worsening financial hardships for financially vulnerable taxpayers." The three primary areas for improvement that Olson highlighted include IRS taxpayer services,...

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Do You Have a Difficult Family?
Personal Planner

A businessman with a $2.5 billion estate passed away in 1976. He was single and many individuals, mostly unrelated to...

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