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Planned Giving with your IRA

Planned Giving with your IRA

When setting up planned gifts to charities, the primary source of those gifts should be your IRA or 401K. If an IRA or 401K is left to a charity, the charity will likely distribute the IRA to itself in the first year after your passing.

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Planned Giving with your IRA

NORTHWEST HARVEST: Charity Chat Spotlight

Northwest Harvest provides approximately two million meals a month. Two-thirds of the food they provide are fruits and veggies. Over 50% of the people they serve are either children or seniors. They also provide shelf-stable and ready-to-eat meals in King, Pierce, Yakima, and Spokane counties. In addition to donating to over 375 food banks, meal programs, and high-need schools, Northwest Harvest provides education for other food-based relief programs. During the COVID outbreak, Northwest Harvest has worked with the National Guard to provide over 500,000 emergency food boxes to those in need, while also serving over 1,500 people daily at their SODO Community Market, located in Seattle.

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Yes…We Are All In!

Yes…We Are All In!

As an organization and as individuals, Three60 Law Group stands firmly against racism and the unlawful use of force.  Our owners are fostering an inclusive space for people of all races and ethnicities.  Although we cannot claim to understand what black communities...

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Coronavirus Tax Relief for Individuals

Coronavirus Tax Relief for Individuals

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”), which was signed into law on March 27, 2020, provides critical relief for many individuals and businesses. Additionally, state and local governments have responded in providing tax relief as...

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Dave Greenberg Named Rising Star in the 2020 Washington Super Lawyers List

Welcoming Dave Greenberg to Three60

SOME GOOD NEWS—THREE60 LAW GROUP WELCOMES DAVE GREENBERG   During these trying times, team Three60 is thrilled to announce the excellent news that Dave Greenberg has joined the firm!  Prior to joining Three60 Law Group, Dave spent almost seven years with the...

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Secure Act

Secure Act

On December 20, 2019, a new Act—called the SECURE Act–was signed into law that changes the rules regarding retirement accounts.

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Who Wants to be a Crypto-Philanthropist?

Who Wants to be a Crypto-Philanthropist?

By Julia M. Lindeman & Jennifer L. King - Three60 Law Group PLLC Edited version of this article was published in the Puget Sound Business Journal on March 8, 2019. Subscribers of the Puget Sound Business Journal can view the article here. Let’s say you bought some...

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Estate Plan Under Fire

Estate Plan Under Fire

By Julia M. Lindeman - Three60 Law Group PLLC Regardless of your individual stance on the Second Amendment, at some point we may represent clients who own firearms. As trusted members of their advisory team, we have a responsibility to advise our clients on the...

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Beneficiary Designations: Truth or Consequences

Beneficiary Designations: Truth or Consequences

FOR RETIREMENT PLANS AND LIFE INSURANCE TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES—PLAN OR (MAYBE) HAVE YOUR PLAN FAIL   While your will is central to your estate planning, for most people, it’s not the entire story. You probably have assets that pass directly to a beneficiary or a...

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Quality of Life Inventory

Quality of Life Inventory

The following inventory is designed to help you make decisions about the kind of healthcare treatment you may want and to help you share this information with your family, friends and healthcare providers.   Health Treatment Please rate the following on a scale from 4...

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What is a Revocable Living Trust?

What is a Revocable Living Trust?

An Estate Planning Conversation It’s 2:00 on a Thursday afternoon and I introduce myself to Julie and Aaron, a professional couple in their mid-forties with two children—one just finishing elementary school and one in middle school. We sit down around my...

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