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Westmont Friends,
 
With the conclusion of the academic year, GiftLegacy is taking a summer break and will resume in late August. This is the last newsletter for 2016/2017.  Even though GiftLegacy is on hiatus, the Office of Gift Planning is open throughout the summer and we welcome your calls and inquiries.
 
Westmont Athletic teams and athletes excelled this year and this spring was no exception.  Baseball players received recognition, with Westmont's winningest pitcher Daniel Butler and second baseman Michael Stefanic being named to the all GSAC team and Derek Rodrigo and Michael Frigon receiving Golden Glove honors. The Men's and Women's Track teams are both GSAC Champions, the men claiming their fifth in a row while the women have now won two in the last three years. And in Tennis, the men's team won the GSAC championship and 4 men's and women's players have been named to the all GSAC team.
 
Since Westmont's inception, the training and mobilization of students for ministry and service overseas has been integral to our mission.  For the past twenty years, Emmaus Road has carried on that rich tradition. This summer, 26 Westmont students will spend at least four weeks serving communities around the world on five teams in six countries, including Spain, Uganda, Taiwan, South Korea, Indonesia and Peru.  Projects include outreach to local hospitals, schools and prisons, as well as partnering with local non-profits and businesses. For more information, click here.

This week's GiftLegacy includes an article about planning and setting goals in the midst of life circumstances and the importance of updating your will or trust. For more information about estate planning or trusts that can benefit you and Westmont, please contact us at (805) 565-6058.

Have a wonderful summer.  Look for GiftLegacy when the students return to campus.

Blessings and Best,

 

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Personal Planner
Do You Have a Difficult Family?
A businessman with a $2.5 billion estate passed away in 1976. He was single and many individuals, mostly unrelated to him, filed more than 40 wills with the probate court. Read More
 
Savvy Living
Social Security Advice for Soon-To-Be Retirees
Can you recommend any services that help pre-retirees decide when to start drawing their Social Security benefits? My wife and I are approaching retirement age and want to carefully weigh our options to make sure we're maximizing our benefits. Read More
 
Your Plan
A Bequest Honoring the Gift of Education
With years of experience in human resources, Denise Jackson '78 looks for certain qualities when hiring: integrity, a desire to learn and grow, and previous success. Read More
 
Washington News
IRS Supports Simplified Tax Code
On June 21 IRS Commissioner John Koskinen spoke at the IRS Tax Policy Center Joint Research Conference in Washington. He explained that as IRS Commissioner, he is regularly asked his opinion about tax reform. Read More
 
Finances
Stocks - Adobe Reports Strong Earnings Read More
Bonds - Treasury Yields Remain Low Read More
CDs and Mortgages - Mortgage Rates Hold Steady Read More

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