Including a charitable bequest in your will is a simple way to make a lasting gift to The Jamie Beck Family Foundation. You can leave a bequest to The Jamie Beck Family Foundation by adding to an existing will or drafting a new one. Make a gift of a stated dollar amount, specific property, a percentage of your estate, or the remainder after distributions to other beneficiaries. In doing so you leave a legacy to The Jamie Beck Family Foundation, yet preserve and enjoy assets you might need during your lifetime. Plus, the assets distributed to The Jamie Beck Family Foundation are exempt from estate tax.
Giving through life insurance is one of the simplest ways to make a significant contribution to The Jamie Beck Family Foundation and establish your legacy of giving. There are two approaches: You can designate The Jamie Beck Family Foundation as the primary or secondary beneficiary of either 100% or some percentage of the proceeds from the policy. Or you can transfer to The Jamie Beck Family Foundation ownership of the policy – either paid in full or for which you continue making premium payments. The transfer of the policy is a present gift for which a charitable tax deduction may be taken, and your continued payment of premiums is each considered charitable contributions, deductible to the full extent of the law.
You can turn the value of real estate into community good and receive financial and tax benefits with a gift of real estate to The Jamie Beck Family Foundation. A rental house, vacation home or unimproved land can be gifted to The Jamie Beck Family Foundation for sale. You avoid capital gains tax and the proceeds from the sale of the property will be used to support our work. A gift of only the ‘remainder interest’ in your personal residence to The Jamie Beck Family Foundation while you and your family continue to live in and fully enjoy your home as long as you like can also produce a charitable deduction. This is a retained life estate and works just as well with a farm or vacation home as with your principal residence.
Non-cash gifts, also called “asset-based giving” simply means making a gift with something of value which the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) does not consider cash. Securities-based gifts, such as stocks and mutual funds, fit into the non-cash category, as do cars, boats, antiques, jewelry, real property, and stock in a privately-held company. It’s anything of value that could be converted to cash. Giving a non cash gift is an easy and efficient way to support our mission, plus receive tax benefits.
Non-cash gifts provide several significant tax benefits including: