Introduction to Planned Giving
Planned Giving Summary
Planned giving involves the contribution of money to a charitable or non-profit organization. Distribution of planned giving may occur during the donor’s lifetime or after death. A donor may specify what activities or programs his contribution funds or ask that the donation support the general organization.
How to Set-Up Planned Giving
Planned giving commonly occurs during the estate planning process. According to PlannedGiving.com, donors may also receive financial gain as a result of a contribution in the form of money market, annuity or trust returns. Options for planned giving include life insurance, retirement products, liquid and fixed assets, wills, trusts and annuities.
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Planned Giving Considerations
Donors may also donate real estate during the planned giving process, but if the value of the property is estimated at over $5,000, a donor must request an independent appraisal according to PlannedGiving.com. According to PlannedGiving.com, planned giving benefits include estate tax deductions, elimination of capital gain taxes and charitable tax deductions.
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