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September 28, 2018

Carve Your Name in Granite

Carve Your Name in Granite By Jackie Jacobs Endowment funds are like blocks of granite. They last. And last. One way you can extend your influence […]
September 28, 2018

Where You Live Affects Your Taxes

Where You Live Affects Your Taxes A successful business owner with a large estate passed away in 1976. He had grown up in Texas, moved to […]
September 28, 2018

The Revolutionary Story of Charitable Gift Annuities

The Revolutionary Story of Charitable Gift Annuities By Jackie Jacobs Ronald A. Brown and I both started our professional fundraising careers in 1979, where we worked […]
September 28, 2018

New Ohio Residency Requirements for Individual Income Tax

New Ohio Residency Requirements for Individual Income Tax By Jackie Jacobs When deciding whether people are responsible for Ohio income tax, the state usually relies on […]
September 28, 2018

Ely Zofan

Ely Zofan The words Tzedakah and Tzadik (Gracious Person) share a common root: two special people inspired our family’s endowment contributions. My grandfather, Ely Petzinovitch, known […]
September 28, 2018

Joan P. & Jack L. Wallick

Joan P. & Jack L. Wallick With a commitment to the future of Judaism, Jack and I always bought the same gifts for each of our […]
September 28, 2018

Alan Wasserstrom

Alan Wasserstrom Both my Wasserstrom and Krakoff grandparents came to this community in the 1890’s and they began what was to be a continuous pattern in […]
September 28, 2018

Roselee & Herbert Weyl

Roselee & Herbert Weyl Having been influenced by many other Jewish individuals who have endowed favorite Jewish causes, we desire to perpetuate the Jewish heritage and […]
September 27, 2018

Yetta & Alvin Worly

Yetta & Alvin Worly Our fondest memories of our youths were the holidays, especially the spirituality of the Passover Seder. Our children tell us we achieved […]