Types of Planned Gifts
Income Generating Gifts
Some donors prefer to give gifts that return income, such as charitable gift
annuities, charitable remainder trusts, certain types of real estate
transactions and pooled income funds.
If you fund a charitable gift annuity, a portion of the gift is deductible
from your federal income taxes and you also receive an income stream. If you
fund a charitable remainder trust, a portion of the gift is deductible from your
federal income taxes and you also create a lifetime income stream.
Gifts That Pass Assets to Heirs
Charitable lead trusts allow you to make a gift of income to The King’s College
and then to eventually pass those assets to your heirs.
Bequests, retirement income plans, and other estate gifts offer significant tax
advantages while allowing donors to make sizeable and important contributions to
the future of the College.
Gifts of Real and Tangible Personal Property
The King’s College is interested in gifts of real estate or personal property
(artwork, rare books, etc.) and we will be glad to talk with you about the
details of giving a gift of this type.
The information we have provided is intended to help you plan a meaningful gift
to The King’s College. Please confer with your attorney or financial planner as
to your specific financial and estate-planning situation. We would be pleased to
provide you or your advisors with more detailed information about how you could
ensure the future success of the college by providing a perpetual stream of
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