Charitable Giving - Idaho Estate Planning

Some Gifts End Up Costing The Charity & Cannot Be Returned

Ever been in possession of agift you cannot return? No, I’m not talking about a post-Christmas conundrumwhere you don’t have the receipt or the tags are missing. What happens if youcan no longer keep a gift given to you through someone’s will? This is aproblem so many museums face each...

Mixed Numbers For Charitable Giving in 2012

A new year of giving has begun,but many are curious about the sum from wealthy donors for 2012. The numbersare starting to come in -- how did last year compare to 2011? Unfortunately,and according to a summary post by the Chronicleof Philanthropy entitled “America’s Wealthiest Donors Slow...

Wounded Idaho Veteran Gets a Little Color in His Life

Nicholas DeNinno was in the 1st Infantry Division, Fourth Brigade, 2-16 Infantry in Fort Riley, Kansas. His brigade was one of the first deployed to Iraq during the surge in 2007. After getting wounded he received a medical retirement in January 2012, and the family moved to Boise. His house was...

Helping Our Homeless Veterans in Boise Idaho

American Postal Workers union, Local 650 in Boise is reaching out to homeless vets and asking for the public’s help. They are putting together backpacks to be handed out on Veterans Day. You can find out more about the project in the Idaho Statesman article found here. You can help by putting...

Estate Tax Frenzy Hits Idaho

We have discussed the coming changes to the Estate Tax especially as it pertains to gifting in many blogs. On Saturday the Idaho Statesman shared another article worthy of your review. You can find it here.If you are considering using some of the estate tax planning issues covered in the article...
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