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A. First of all, please know that we are not estate planners and hope that you will be consulting a professional planner or your lawyer, But you will find suggestions and tips to help you in a our brochure entitled “Charitable Bequests”
Yes, you can actually transfer those shares (which are technically called “appreciated assets”) to Faith and you will receive the value of the shares at the time of the gift as a potential tax deduction while not having to pay capital gains taxes on their growth. Take a look at our brochure “Gifts of Appreciated Assets” for more information.
A. Good for you to be in a position to see more of God’s beautiful creation. Happy to say that technology is available to help in your “situation”. It is called “Online Giving”. Click here to see a copy of “Charitable Online Giving” and our prayers for your safe and happy travels. By the way, online giving is a great strategy for anyone who just wants to avoid the hassle of writing checks.
There are many variables. If your investments are in and IRA or 401K account, the answer is probably "No". Take a look at our brochure "Gift of Retirement Assets" for more information.
A. First of all know that there have been recent changes to the rules for RMD due to the current economic situation surrounding the pandemic. You might want to take a look at our brochure "IRA Qualified Charitable Distributions" for general information.
A. All investment and banking accounts provide for you to designate a "beneficiary" who will receive those assets at the time of the owners death. Our brochure "Beneficiary Designations" will provide more information.
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Faith Presbyterian Church (USA)
Located at: 1349 Bluebird Rd.
Mineral Bluff Ga. 30559
Post Office Box 2668
Blue Ridge Ga.
Office Phone 706-374-5912
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org