Talk:James W. Fogal

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<img align="right" border="0" height="250" hspace="10" src="" width="166" /><a href="">James W. Fogal</a>, CFP®, ChFC® is Director of Development of the Mises Institute. He assists friends of the Mises Institute in making tax-advantaged contributions, including gifts of appreciated securities, life insurance, retirement plan assets, charitable trusts, gift annuities, and estate gifts.

Fogal has over a decade of experience in education development. Before joining the Mises Institute, he worked with Embry-Riddle University, the Christian Appalachian Project and Asbury College. He is active in several professional organizations, such as the Alabama Planned Giving Council, the Association of Fundraising Professionals, and the Financial Planning Association, and has been honored twice with the Kentucky Colonel award for community service and leadership.

He has earned the following designations: "<a href="">CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER</a>TM", "<a href="">Chartered Financial Consultant</a>TM", "<a href="">Accredited Tax Advisor</a>" "<a href="">Certified Fund Raising Executive</a>" and "<a href="">Certified Specialist in Planned Giving</a>". Fogal holds an M.A. in <a href="">philanthropic studies from Indiana University</a> and a B.A. in ancient languages from <a href="">Asbury College</a>. He did further graduate work at Vanderbilt University.


He is also the administrator of's special section on <a href="">charitable gift planning</a>. He can be reached via <a href="">email</a> or phone 334.321.2106 and fax 800.861.7426.

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Can anybody verify if the links to Fogal's designations are meaningful? I'm not sure what they are good for and afraid of spam, so I'd love to have these confirmed. Pestergaines 00:26, 13 April 2011 (MSD)

Realistically they could be internal links; we "should" have articles on those subjects. At least CFP, that is; I'm not familiar with the others. --Forgottenman (talk) 00:59, 13 April 2011 (MSD)