What do you want your family’s legacy to be?
If you struggle to answer that question, consider this one: What do you hope to pass on to your children when you yourself pass on?
You might think of gifting your children a monetary inheritance to provide financial support. Or perhaps you picture an heirloom that has been in the family for generations. Maybe you’re thinking of family traditions you’ve honored together at countless Christmases or Easters. You might even be thinking of what could have an impact beyond your immediate family: your faith and values.
It was a night to remember! Thank you to the more than 1,200 friends and Minnesota Catholics who came to celebrate the community impact made possible by collective, Catholic philanthropy! It was wonderful to recognize many beautiful and distinct ways our communities came together to celebrate the joy and power of giving.
By Rebecca Omastiak of The Catholic Spirit Catholic Community Foundation of Minnesota’s 30th anniversary event this year “is as much a celebration of our larger Catholic community, without whom CCF wouldn’t be here,” CCF President Anne Cullen Miller said. The April 27 “Come to the Table” event starts with a 6 p.m. reception followed by a 7 p.m. dinner and […]
Some of the best tools for planning for retirement are pre-tax retirement accounts. Your income goes directly into these funds, without being taxed, and then grows tax free for years. You don’t have to worry about paying taxes on these accounts until you start withdrawing the money during retirement. But, all good things must come to an end. So, tax law requires that you…
A good estate plan has the bones to hand down the things you’ve worked hard for in life and to plan a proper funeral. A great estate plan has the brains to consider how your affairs are handled and how assets are distributed. But a Catholic estate plan ensures your legacy lives on — it has a heart. A Catholic […]