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  • October 06, 2021
Kelsey Campbell
Kelsey Campbell

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We all want to make a difference in this world. Fortunately, there are many different ways to do that — especially through charitable giving.

You don’t have to write a check to help someone in desperate need. From stocks to life insurance, there are many other ways to give … AND save on your taxes!

  • Stocks, real estate, or other capital assets — Donate these assets to help the causes you care about while also avoiding capital gains taxes!

  • Life insurance – If you have a life insurance policy that’s not needed, you can donate it and receive an income tax deduction this year.

  • IRA charitable rollover – If you’re 70½ or older, you can rollover up to $100,000 from your IRA as a charitable gift, lowering your taxes.

  • Charitable life estate – You can leave your home to World Help in your estate and receive an income tax deduction now.

  • Zero-tax gift and sale – Are you selling an investment or property? Donate part of that asset, avoid capital gains taxes on the sale, and receive cash back.

  • Charitable income gifts– In exchange for your charitable gift, you can receive fixed annuities for life. Ask us to see how high your payments can be!

  • Blended charitable gifts – We will help you find the creative giving option that’s perfect for you so you can make an impact in people’s lives while saving money.

To find out more ways to help others while you reach your year-end giving goals, visit us online or contact a member of our planned giving team at 800-541-6691. However you choose to give, you will be helping people in need and spreading the love of Jesus all around the world.

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