The Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association, the private fundraising and alumni relations organization for UW-Madison, is recruiting for a Senior Data Analyst to join our analytics team. The Senior Data Analyst position provides quantitative decision support to improve effectiveness of fundraising, marketing and engagement programs as well as leadership and technical expertise in support of […]
Many people worry that significant estate taxes will be due at death—and that these taxes could diminish inheritances or possibly even force the sale of a small business or family farm. That is rarely true, especially now that the federal estate tax exemption is so high.
Bill Tracy, agronomy professor and sweet-corn breeder, was named the recipient of the nation’s first endowed chair focused on plant breeding for organic crops. The $2 million endowment is supported by Organic Valley and Clif Bar & Company, with the help of a matching gift from UW alumni John and Tashia Morgridge.
Many people who own rental property are not full-time investors in real estate and could wind up in a tax situation that can be solved by creating a charitable remainder trust.
Wishing you a happy new year! Let’s celebrate the accomplishments of 2015 and toast to an incredible 2016 as we continue to move this university All Ways Forward.