Estate planning can be confusing, stressful and just plain intimidating. But when you focus on the legacy you want to leave—the goals, needs and dreams you have for your family and the International Rescue Committee—your decisions get a lot easier. We’re here to help you explore the planned giving topics that can make the biggest impact at the IRC.
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