Charitable trusts – including the Charitable Lead Trust or CLT, and the Charitable Remainder Trust…
This simple charitable estate planning tool is intended to help you consider a charitable estate planning tool that matches your personal financial objectives. As always, we recommend consulting your financial advisor.
MATCHING PLANNED GIFT
BENEFITS TO YOU
|Receive a charitable income-tax deduction this year||An outright gift of cash||Deduct 100% of the gift value for federal income-tax purposes|
|Avoid capital gains tax, without depleting your cash reserves||A gift of appreciated stock or real property||Supports charity while decreasing the out-of-pocket cost to you by reducing capital gain tax|
|Minimize taxes on the transfer of a business||A gift of closely held business stock||Receive an income-tax deduction and avoid capital gain tax|
|Make a significant gift in the future without affecting current income or lifestyle||A charitable bequest in your will||Reduce estate and death taxes, and retain control over your assets during your lifetime|
|Donate assets to charity and heirs upon your death, but still unsure what to leave to whom||Naming charity as a beneficiary of your retirement plan benefits||Avoid estate tax on retirement-plan assets, while making other property available to pass to your heirs|
|Make a significant gift, and retain an income for yourself||A charitable gift annuity||Receive a current income stream, and an immediate income-tax deduction|
|Receive a charitable income-tax deduction now, and receive income later||A deferred-payment gift annuity||Receive an immediate income-tax deduction, and income to begin at a future date you choose|
|Make a significant gift, while retaining current income||A charitable remainder unitrust||Receive a variable income stream, and an immediate income-tax deduction|
|Make a significant gift, while retaining current income||A charitable remainder annuity trust||Receive a fixed-income stream, and an immediate income-tax deduction, and avoid capital gains tax|
|Donate a no-longer-needed life insurance policy||A gift of life insurance||Earn a deduction for a larger gift at a lower cost to you|
Samaritan’s Planned Giving efforts are guided by our Planned Giving Committee, a volunteer group of the region’s leading financial professionals, lending their time and expertise to guide our charitable estate planning efforts. To learn about special donor recognition accorded through membership in The Legacy Society, and the potential advantages of charitable estate planning, please contact Samaritan’s Chief Development Officer, Chris Rollins, CFRE, at (856) 552-3287.