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Planned Giving Newsletter

August 2016

Do you have questions about estate planning? Planned giving? Your will? Each month, we feature new articles and interactive features. We also share news about the charitable endowments under the umbrella of Hindu Heritage Endowment.

Kali Temple

Grants from the Kashi Visweswaraswamy Temple Fund, fund #48, are given to the Kashi Visweswaraswamy Temple and the Grandhige Family Charitable Trust. Read more..."


Receive Lifetime Payments in Exchange for Your Generosity

The Myriad Benefits of a Charitable Remainder Trust

For many people, the appeal of a charitable remainder trust – which provides lifetime income to you and, after your lifetime, supports our good work – lies in its ability to work under a variety of circumstances. Following is a description of how this life income gift works.

How a Charitable Remainder Trust Works

  • A charitable remainder trust pays a flow of income to you and anyone else you name, typically for your lifetimes.
  • With the help of your estate planning attorney, you create the trust with assets of your choosing, and you decide how much it will pay you, within limits set by the IRS.
  • You choose between two types of charitable remainder trusts. The most common is a unitrust, which pays you a variable amount based on a percentage of the trust assets as revalued each year. An annuity trust pays you a fixed sum each year.
  • At the end of the trust term, the remaining assets inside the trust support Hindu Heritage Endowment.

How You Benefit

  • When you itemize your tax deductions, you receive an income tax charitable deduction for a portion of the fair market value of the assets placed in the trust.
  • When you fund the trust with capital gain property, such as appreciated securities or other property owned for more than one year, you are not taxed up front on the capital gain. Your deduction is based in part on the full fair market value – not the lower cost basis.
  • If you – or you and your spouse – are the only income recipients, the trust’s value will not be taxable for federal estate tax purposes.
  • You will be making a difference in the lives of those we serve.

Contact us – at no obligation – if you would like to review the specifics of a charitable remainder trust. You can also find more online.

© The Stelter Company: The information in this publication is not intended as legal advice. For legal advice, please consult an attorney. Figures cited in examples are for hypothetical purposes only and are subject to change. References to estate and income taxes include federal taxes only. State income/estate taxes or state law may impact your results.

Dispensing Scriptures’ Gold

How to help light find its way to people’s hearts

I had the good fortune to grow up surrounded by holy books and by people who loved them,” Mr. Asan Tejwani recalls of his early life in Sindh. His fondness for scripture has remained with him and given him a passion for gyan daan, the giving of holy books and sharing of words of wisdom. More...


Temple

Kashi Visweswaraswamy Temple Fund

Provides grants to the Kashi Visweswaraswamy Temple.

sivairaivan

Planned Giving Guidance

Reflecting on the All-Important Will

Toolkit

Family Life at Udayan Care

This eight minute film introduces the Udayan Care ghars, homes for displaced children in India.

Toolkit

Estate Planning Toolkit

Download our toolkit to help with your estate and gift planning preparation. The Toolkit can help you save money in attorney's fees. New: Toolkit for Canadians now available.

Toolkit

Essentials of Financial & Estate Planning

In this animated short video we explain some basic essentials of financial & estate planning.

Toolkit

What is an Endowment?

This 101 second animated video explains the three types of endowments.

      
 



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