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3 Ways to benefit by incorporating charitable giving into your estate plan

You are likely well aware of the tax benefits that come from donating to charity during your lifetime—donations to charity are tax-deductible.
3 Ways to benefit by incorporating charitable giving into your estate plan

 

You are likely well aware of the tax benefits that come from donating to charity during your lifetime—donations to charity are tax-deductible. But you may be surprised to learn about the numerous benefits that are available when you incorporate charitable giving into your estate plan.

As with donating to charity during your lifetime, dedicating a portion of your estate to a charitable cause can reduce the taxable value of your estate. And if you have highly appreciated assets like stock and real estate that you want to sell, you can even set up a special type of charitable trust that can not only help you avoid both income and estate taxes but also create a lifetime income stream for yourself and your family, all while supporting your most beloved charitable cause.

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