Every Gift Truly Makes a Difference
The Benedictine Living Community of Duluth continues to be blessed by faithful friends who give to this organization with a heartfelt spirit of generosity. Memorials and other charitable gifts enable us to provide additional programs, services and specialized equipment that otherwise would not be available to individuals and their families.
Tax-Wise Giving Strategies
Here at Benedictine Living Community of Duluth Foundation, we like to take an even more thoughtful approach to assure that our friends achieve all they the allowable tax benefits they can with their gifts. For example, we sometimes receive gifts of non-cash property such as real estate. The Foundation is ready to assist donors in taking the proper steps and getting expert advice so their appraisals will pass muster with the IRS.
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Another tax-wise way to support your favorite charities is to consider a gift from your IRA (individuals age 70 and ½ or older can gift up to $100,000 to charity each year from their retirement assets). Some generous supporters also see this as a way to afford giving more. And anyone of any age can name charitable organizations as beneficiaries of some of their retirement assets. Many of our friends consider naming the Benedictine Living Community of Duluth as a contingent (If my spouse dies before me) beneficiary. Making this provision is easy to do and there is no more tax-wise asset to leave to charity.
We would be delighted to talk about your interests in supporting charitable originations such as our. We have
To learn more about tax-wise ways to support charity, call us at 218-529-5804, or browse our terrific website for more information and resources.
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Charitable IRA Rollover
Donors age 70 ½ and older can give up to $100,000 each tax year to charitable organizations such as yours without realizing taxable income. Click here to learn more.
Beneficiary Provision of retirement assets (also called IRD Assets)
Donors of any age can name charitable organizations as end-of-life beneficiaries of their retirement assets (IRS, 401k, 403b). This charitable gift also has a tax benefit, as this income passes to charity without ever having been taxed. Many of our constituents might consider a contingency beneficiary provision (for example, if my spouse pre-deceases me, I’d like 30% of my retirement assets to go to charity, the rest to our children). Learn more here.
Gifts of Stock Shares
Donors with appreciated shares of publicly traded stock can enjoy special tax benefits by transferring the shares directly to our brokerage account. They get the full value of the price of those shares on the day the transfer takes place AND