|Susan and Fred's Story - Charitable Remainder Trusts|
Susan and Fred know what hard work is all about. And they have the rewards as a result.
Types of charitable remainder trusts...
There are two different types of charitable remainder trusts.
A charitable remainder unitrust (see example of charitable remainder trust) is a popular way to achieve tax benefits, as well as, a fixed annual percentage on the value of the assets in the trust. The assets are revalued annually and, if the trust value changes, the payment to the beneficiary(ies) changes.
A charitable remainder annuity trust is set up to pay a fixed rate of return based on the initial valuation at the time the property is placed in the trust. The trust assets are never revalued.
For further information about charitable remainder trusts, additional information is also available.
Charitable Remainder Trusts provide a good degree of flexibility that is valuable in charitable gift planning. For example, a variation on remainder trusts can be an effective way to make gifts of real estate.
Remainder Trust...A Great Way To Make A Difference
Susan and Fred are happy that they have made a difference; a difference that will have a profound impact on the lives of others as their funds are use to minister to women and children at the "Women and Children's Center" and to Men restarting their lives at the "Men's Center".
Count Me In, I want to make a difference too!...
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