The End of the Stretch IRA: Charitable Solutions After the SECURE Act

Baby boomers are reported to have the largest retirement savings of any American generation, and IRAs – or Individual Retirement Accounts – are one of the most common retirement savings vehicles. These taxwise tools come in many forms and grow either tax-free or tax-deferred. Whether Traditional, Roth, Simple or SEP, IRAs are also inheritable assets that owners can leave behind to their spouses, children and other beneficiaries.

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January Grant Highlights

We’re excited to share a few highlights from our recent grants to organizations serving residents of Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga counties. These January grants focus on arts & culture, health & human services, and organizations that provide...

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#OurCGStories: Rosanne Potter

#OurCGStories blog series highlights Cleveland Foundation staff who participated in our 2019 Common Ground day of community conversation on June 30.  In today's blog, we hear from Rosanne Potter, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, who attended...

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#OurCGStories: Jason Guo

#OurCGStories blog series highlights Cleveland Foundation staff and interns who participated in our Common Ground day of community conversation on June 30. In today's blog, we hear from Jason Guo, 2019 Cleveland Foundation Summer Intern, who attended a Common...

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Nonprofits, are you ready for Census 2020?

With the count kicking off on April 1, the 2020 United States census will be the twenty-fourth census in our nation's history. Why does the census matter? Census data directs the flow of federal funding, and it influences and informs decision making, planning...

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