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SCI News for March 4

SCI News
SCI News for March 4
By Safari Club International • Issue #21 • View online
One month ago we kicked off the 48th SCI Convention and the excitement about what lies ahead has not waned, it’s gaining momentum! Joining SCI is just the first step in defending your freedom to hunt and we encourage everyone to stand ready by registering with the SCI Hunter Advocacy Action Center (or text “SCI’ to 73075) to receive action alerts on issues that directly affect you.

SCI Renews Partnership with Melissa Bachman
This Week
MDC and CFM thank deer hunters, processors, and sponsors for sharing the harvest
San Angelo Safari Club Raises Funds for Wildlife Conservation
SCI Foundation May Be An Option For You When Dealing With New Tax Laws
The SECURE Act passed by Congress in late December 2019 made sweeping changes to tax law rules governing retirement plans and IRAs. The changes could substantially increase the income taxes paid by your children on inherited IRAs as it demolishes any plans for children to benefit from a stretch IRA.
Now is the time to evaluate the beneficiary designations on your retirement plans and IRA accounts! Involving SCI Foundation in your plans may help you beat the increased taxes that can result from these changes. Click here for details.
Convention Coverage
NRA’s Susan Hayes Wins SCI Diana Award
Animal Artistry's SCI Convention 2020 Review
Chapter Happenings
Local NBC Station Promotes The Greater Dacotah Chapter's Upcoming Banquet
SCI Canada on Instagram
SCI West Texas Chapter on Instagram
SCI Nova Scotia on Instagram
Charlotte SCI on Instagram
Calgary Chapter - SCI on Instagram
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