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Back to School: Latin Lesson on Gifts Causa Mortis

Here on the GFLF blog we talk a lot about the transfer of property made at the time of death through estate planning tools like a will, disposition of personal property document, or a trust. Everyone needs an estate plan to most effectively and seamlessly transfer real property (think land and real estate) and personal property […]

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Back to School: Economics of Charitable Gifts of Life Insurance

This month we’ve gone “back to school” with lessons related to GFLF’s core services. I’m glad the title didn’t scare you away, because, let’s be honest, economics class was always a little intimidating. But, fear not! The economics of charitable gifts of life insurance are easy to understand because it means mutual benefits for both […]

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Back To School: American History and Constitution Day!

We’re headed “back to school” on the blog this month, and I couldn’t pass up today’s fantastic excuse for a short American history lesson! Fourth of July gets all the attention for red, white, and blue pride, but Constitution Day is a lesser-known, but still important reason to celebrate America’s values of freedom, democracy, and […]

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Back to School: Political Science- How Changes to Legislation Impact Your Estate Plan

On the GFLF blog this month, we’re going “back to school” with some fun legal lessons like last-minute gifts of personal property, nonprofit operation, and what planned giving actually means. Happy learning!  If you have an estate plan already, give yourself a high-five! You’re well on your way to establishing a worthy legacy; effectively and efficiently transferring […]

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Back to School: Spelling Lesson Word of the Day

If spelling tests weren’t always your strong suit in school, fear not! Today’s legal word of the day is an easy one that’s having a momentary editorial heyday. Ripped From the Headlines As you probably heard, The New York Times took the highly unusual step of publishing an unsigned, anonymous op-ed entitled, “I am Part […]

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Back to School: Gym Class (How Nonprofits Should Not be Like Tennis)

Serena-ity Now! On the blog we’ve been going “back to school,” and our lessons wouldn’t be complete without a mandatory gym class. Which brings us to the question: is there gender bias in sports? Duh, yes. Mos def. It’s been especially newsworthy in tennis too. There was nothing wrong with Serena Williams’ catsuit. Please, if […]

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Read GoFisch: September 2019 Edition of GFLF’s Newsletter

The September edition of GoFisch is live! This month’s edition features: Legal lessons worth learning from our back to school series GoFisch Book Club pick for October Iowa-based nonprofit & charitable giving news Must-read blog post highlights Interesting YouTube video interview with the President of the Ford Foundation Free guide to Estate Planning Made Simple Like what you read? Don’t […]

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Read GoFisch: September 2018 Edition of GFLF’s Newsletter

The September edition of GoFisch is live! This month’s edition features: Legal lessons worth learning from our back to school series GoFisch Book Club pick for October Iowa-based nonprofit & philanthropy news Must-read blog post highlights Intriguing TEDx Talk Free guide to Estate Planning Made Simple Like what you read? Don’t forget to subscribe to GoFisch and tell your friends. […]