IMPORTANT: A Lost Opportunity?

IMPORTANT: A Lost Opportunity?

Article posted in General on 8 March 2015| comments
audience: National Publication | last updated: 12 March 2015
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Have you lost your PGDC password and can't log in? If so, you're missing out. Learn how to easily request a new password to log in and you'll be able to do so much more on the PGDC to increase your charitable planning.

Last week thousands of people clicked on the article on Explaining CRUTs to Your Clients. There was a link at the bottom of the article to download the PDF of the presentation, but many couldn’t download the free presentation. Why? Because they had forgotten their password and some PGDC content is only to members that are logged in to their PGDC.

So here is how to request a new password. It’s really simple. In the upper right hand of the Home page of the PGDC you’ll see this box to log in. If you don’t see it then you are already logged in. Simply click on the Request a new password link shown below.

You’ll receive an email to reset your password. Now you can log into the PGDC and you never need to log out as long as you are on your own computer. Remember to write your password down in case you need it in the future.

Need further assistance? Contact support@pgdc.com.

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