It is a daunting thought: What will my legacy be, and how can I continue the good work I’ve spent my life doing after I’m no longer here? It gets complicated very quickly. You want to make sure your heirs are well-provided for, but there’s so much more to it. Beneficiaries, power of attorney, estate taxes, gift tax, trusts, wills – it can all be overwhelming and easy to put off.
The HaysMed Foundation has a free guide to help you get started. The guide walks you through, page by page, all the information that can be used by your attorney or other professional advisor to create your personal plan that assures your assets are directed to the people and places that mean the most to you while minimizing your tax exposure. It’s a friendly starting point to begin a process that includes some of the most important decisions you will ever make. Contact us at 785-623-2350 or email Jeff at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jayne at email@example.com to get your free copy today.
Paul and Virginia Miller Society
The Paul and Virginia Miller Society is a special recognition program honoring people who have committed to expanding and enhancing healthcare in western Kansas through an estate gift. This type of giving allows donors to do something now without necessarily using resources that are needed during their lifetimes. Often, these meaningful gifts go unrecognized because they come at the end of a donor’s life. The Miller Society is our way to acknowledge a commitment to the future – today.
Miller Society members have expressed a lifelong commitment to the health of western Kansas. They are invited to various activities, including the annual Miller Society Luncheon and, with permission, are recognized in our publications.
The Miller Society Members include: Don Bickle, Larry J. Dreiling, Dr. Thomas and Debra McDonald, Charles and Louise Reese, Tim and Sandee Werth, Jeff and Tina Wick, and additional members who have asked to remain anonymous.