Your customized results

We’ve identified your unique goals. Now discover some strategies you can use to achieve them.
  

Sharing your wealth

You can set up a variety of gifting strategies that provide income to a charity now, or after you’ve gone.

If you’re set on sharing your wealth:
  

  • Donate part of your current paycheck to charity for a tax savings, since most gifts to qualified charitable organizations are tax deductible.
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  • Leverage your life insurance death benefit to support philanthropic organizations.
  • Consider converting unused income sources into life policies for charitable donations, providing another tax advantage.  

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