Wheels for the World (Joni and Friends ministry to provide wheelchairs to handicapped)
Annette Funicello Research Fund (MS research)
It is not "if" I die but "when"
As in "When I die, if she survives me, she can draw the benefit I currently receive".
Or, "If I die before my wife...."
JonnyDVM wrote:You could also turn it into a basketball court, but it doesn't sound like that would be a palatable option for you.
celia wrote:Suppose it was an overgrown tangle of weeds (or something else that was not wanted) instead of a tennis court.
perfin wrote:.... it seems like a waste to keep in a savings account or CD & only get 1%.
..... I realize the funds could lose value. But short of some massive event, I don't see them dropping more than 10%. (I'd be okay with that.....
Also are there any trees that might have to be removed? If I ever had a problem like that they'd have to remove trees next to my house to get to the back yard.Removal of fencing will add to the cost
rec7 wrote:Other than McDonald's who has the cheapest coffee when a person is traveling.
thedayisbrave wrote:... Dunkin is good. I'm a huge fan of Caribou Coffee...
dodecahedron wrote:cheese_breath wrote:I guess if the IRS can do it, why can't your lawyer?
The IRS does not do this. The efile acknowledgement system does not work via email but rather by secure encrypted portals.