FORESIGHT – Winter 2020
In today’s world of mass information gathering, artificial intelligence, “Bots,” identity theft and related assaults on our privacy and individuality, “what’s in a name?” takes on a far darker connotation.
Now, there is an urgency to preserve our individuality and our sense of self…
By Brian P. Corrigan, Esq.
As performing financial and other personal transactions online become more the norm than the exception, the potential for identity theft increases significantly. Identity theft usually involves someone using your personal information for his or her financial gain.
Barbara Ann’s mother-in-law, Julia Levine, was cared for by Calvary in 1985. Julia had been diagnosed with bone marrow cancer. After her doctor told the Levines there was nothing more that could be done medically, Ed, Julia’s son, did some research and found Calvary. Barbara Ann and Ed both felt comfortable that Julia was receiving the best possible care while they were away from her.
Member of the Calvary Hospital Board
Member of the Professional Advisors Council
What brought you to Calvary?
In 1999, following the death of a young friend to prostate cancer, another very good friend, John Decina, Calvary Hospital Board Vice-Chair, suggested I consider joining the Hospital’s Board.
Invest in the future of CalvaryCare® through a donor-advised fund
You can simplify your charitable giving by establishing a donor-advised fund at Calvary Hospital. This charitable vehicle enables you to qualify for an immediate tax deduction.
Tax Day 2020 is Wednesday, April 15. Less than two months away!
According to the IRS, “a contribution is an amount an employer and employees (including all self-employed individuals) pay into a retirement plan.”
This is a great time to decide on your Advance Care Directives and communicate your choices to your family members. Calvary has resources to help you figure out how to choose a health care proxy, what to include in your will or living will, and where you might want to receive care.