Q. What are the benefits?
A. It's a gift that:
If you're retired and depend on appreciated stocks for income, consider funding a gift annuity with those stocks. You'll still receive income—in many cases, in higher amounts.
Q. What payments can I expect?
A. The rate of payment is determined by the ages of those receiving payments at the time of the contribution—the older the person receiving payments, the higher the rate. The rates are attractive and are locked in for the duration of the annuity.
For more information about charitable gift annuities, contact Steve Goebel, CFRE at 309-281-4392 or email@example.com, or call your tax planning professional.
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