Linda spent fifteen years working for non-profits organizations planning tax-wise giving, and now encourages and assists her clients who choose to support charitable causes. In addition to the many personal rewards inherent in making a charitable gift, most gifts also provide a current charitable income tax deduction. Some also can save capital gains taxes, increase income, and provide you, or whomever you designate, with an income for life. Additionally, these types of gifts may provide an estate tax deduction — an important consideration in planning your estate.
If given the choice between paying taxes (involuntary philanthropy), or making a charitable gift (voluntary philanthropy), most people would choose the latter, because it gives them the benefit of knowing who the money will benefit and how it will be used. The same cannot be said for money paid to the U.S. Treasury. Linda can help clients have their charitable gifts impact the community and assure good stewardship in the most tax-efficient manner.
There are many different ways to make charitable gifts:
An often overlooked benefit of charitable giving is the passing of an ethical and moral legacy of giving to children, grandchildren and beyond.
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