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The Benefits of Planning a Gift
When Union College President Dr. John Wagner learned about charitable gift annuities a number of years ago, he told himself that if the Lord ever blessed him and his wife, Dr. Lilya Wagner, with enough money they would set one up. Not only have they created a gift annuity with Union College, they have also made a gift through the IRA charitable rollover legislation. More
Endow Nebraska Legislation Offers Increased Tax Incentive for Charitable Giving
Nebraskans have an added incentive for charitable giving—the philanthropic tax credits created under Endow Nebraska legislation. The law is instrumental in promoting philanthropy by creating incentives for donors who are making specified gifts to Union College's and other Nebraska charitable organizations' endowments. More
Don't Miss Your Chance: Make Tax-Free Gifts From Your IRA Today!
If you are 70½ or older, the extended charitable IRA rollover legislation benefits you! While easy to accomplish, this tax-smart gift option enables you to jump-start your legacy and witness the benefits of your generosity to Union College. Take a moment to review the questions and answers here to see if this arrangement is right for you. More
Is Facebook Part of Your Estate?
Have you thought about your online legacy? Learn what to consider when planning your estate in an era of social networking. More
When Your Online Passwords Become Your Heirs' Problem
Protecting your online information and access is crucial. But how? More
The Dangers of DIY Wills
Don't let your family lose money to legal fees, taxes and interest because of a do-it-yourself will. Learn a lesson from this real-life example of a DIY will gone wrong. More
Intellectual Property 101: Intangible Assets
Every year, thieves steal more than $300 billion in mostly invisible assets from U.S. companies and individuals. Learn how you can protect your ideas and other intangible assets. More