Do you want to benefit from the tax savings that result from supporting Hadassah, yet you don't want to give up any assets that you'd like your family to receive someday? Consider a charitable lead trust.
You give assets (typically $1,000,000 or more) to a trust that makes payments to Hadassah for a specified term, measured either by someone's life or a selected number of years. When the term is up, the remaining trust assets go to you, your family or other beneficiaries you select. If the assets return to you, you receive an income tax deduction when the trust is created. If the assets pass to your heirs, estate or gift taxes on the value of the gift may be reduced or eliminated.
- Support Hadassah while also making sure your family is taken care of after your lifetime.
- The tax savings from a charitable lead trust may allow you to provide significant support for Hadassah at minimal cost to your heirs.
Naming a Trustee
A trustee must be named for the proper management and administration of your charitable trust. You may choose a bank or trust company, a financial advisor, a trusted individual, or—in some cases—you can serve as trustee. Hadassah does not serve as trustee of charitable lead trusts.
Ask Your Lawyer
The technical complexities of a charitable lead trust require careful consideration. To discover whether a charitable lead trust is right for you, please contact your estate planning attorney.
Calculate Your Benefits
Submit a few details and see how a charitable lead trust can benefit you.
- Contact us at (800) 428-8884 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
- Seek the advice of your financial or legal advisor.
- Please use our legal name, address and Federal Tax ID if incorporating Hadassah into your estate plans.
|Legal Name:||Hadassah, The Women's Zionist Organization of America, Inc.|
|Address:||40 Wall Street, 8th floor, New York, NY 10005
ATTN: Planned Giving & Estates
|Federal Tax ID No.:||13-1656651|
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