When you leave a planned gift to New Life Center, you are changing the lives of every survivor and child who walks through our doors.
MAKE A GIFT FROM YOUR FUTURE ESTATE TO SUPPORT A CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE
You may include a charity as one of the beneficiaries of :
name a charity as a beneficiary under your will or trust
life insurance policies
Consult with your Estate Planning professional to discuss incorporating a charitable gift as part of your overall Estate Plan.
AGE 70 1/2 AND TAKING YOUR REQUIRED MINIMUM DISTRIBUTION (RMD) FROM YOUR IRA
You may instruct your IRA Custodian to send all, or a portion, of your annual Required Minimum Distribution directly to a charity, or charities, of your choice. Charitable donations made from your IRA are called Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCD). These distributions must satisfy some, or all, of your annual Required Minimum Distribution, and are limited to $100,000. Because this distribution goes directly from your custodian to the designated charity, it is not considered to be a taxable income to you. Your IRA custodian is equipped to easily process this type of request.
PROVIDE A LASTING LEGACY THAT CAN HELP SUSTAIN NEW LIFE CENTER
You might consider a structured gifting plan which could:
Support a favorite cause or organization now, and in the years ahead
Provide a current tax deduction
Convert gifted assets into a stream of current income
Reduce potential Estate taxes.
Please contact Devin DeFendis at email@example.com or (623) 932-4404, for additional information or questions about making The New Life Center a part of your charitable giving plans.
**The information is not intended as Estate Planning, Tax, or Financial advice. Always discuss any anticipated financial decisions with a qualified professional.