Increased income may not be your primary objective. Instead, you may be wondering how you will deal with some highly appreciated property or a growing family business as your needs and lifestyle change. Will taxes consume much of the value that you have worked so hard to grow? Will anything be left for you and your family?
We have several options that help you meet your personal planning goals, save taxes, and make a gift to Dogs for the Deaf at the same time.
Here are some of the benefits you can take advantage of:
- You can donate your home, continue to live in it, and get a tax deduction
- You can contribute a portion of the value of your residence or other property, take a tax deduction, and receive cash or an income stream for life.
- You can receive a sum of cash in return for your gift and apply the cash towards any financial need.
- You can greatly reduce the estate tax cost of passing appreciating assets on to your children.
Popular Giving Arrangements
Charitable Lead Trust
Your hard work has paid off and your business is growing. How can you preserve some of its value for your family?
Retained Life Estate
Your home is your biggest asset. How can you make a gift to us and still keep on living there?
Charitable Bargain Sale
Your lifestyle is changing. You want to make a gift to us, but you also need cash to meet your obligations, or an assured stream of income for retirement.
We can show you creative ways to use your assets to benefit Dogs for the Deaf while at the same time preserving the benefits of those assets for yourself and your family.
Contact Development Director Kelly Gonzales for more information.
Development Director, Dogs for the Deaf
10175 Wheeler Road, Central Point, Oregon 97502
(541) 826-9220 ext. 341
The material presented here is not offered as legal or tax advice.