Perhaps you can’t afford to make a significant gift right now but want to in ensure that the doors of Anderson House remain open for many years to come. With a deferred gift to Anderson House, you will leave a legacy of hope for recovering women that will have a lasting impact on families and communities after your lifetime.
Simple bequests of cash or property in a will or trust ensure that your assets are used as you wish after you are gone. Forethought and planning by even the smallest estates maximizes the assets that are available to pass on to family, friends and charitable organizations.
Depending upon your circumstances, other types of planned gifts such as charitable gift annuities or charitable lead trusts may provide additional benefits. Planned gifts can:
- Reduce income, estate and probate taxes
- Maximize use of capital gains
- Pay you income during your lifetime
- Protect your assets
Although planned giving can be easy, it’s important to get professional guidance through a qualified attorney, accountant or investment advisor. As a start, call or email us for a brochure titled Charitable Planning Strategies. In addition, we would be happy to provide you with the names of qualified professionals who specialize in this area.