With a planned gift to the Cancer Research Institute, create a charitable legacy to be remembered by generations and secure the future of cancer research. You can achieve your financial, tax, and estate planning goals with a gift to a top-rated nonprofit organization, whether in the form of a bequest, an IRA rollover, or one of many other gift options. Discover which assets make the best gift and which method of giving makes the most sense for your estate plan. It’s the visionaries that support the Cancer Research Institute in their estate plan who will help us achieve a future immune to cancer.
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Charitable Gifts in Your Estate Plan
Create an estate plan to provide for and protect both your family and your legacy. Your estate plan is vital to ensuring that your property and assets are disbursed as you wish after your death—and an opportunity to make a lasting impact on the world with a charitable gift to support cancer immunotherapy research. Your Last Will and Testament is a legal document that communicates your estate plan and may include charitable bequests (leaving money or other assets to a nonprofit organization in support of their mission).
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Sample Bequest Language
Consult your attorney and tax advisor for the formal writing of your will and to discuss the tax implications of any form of planned giving. Below is one sample (for a specific amount):
"I give, devise, and bequeath $_____ to the Cancer Research Institute, TAX ID#13-1837442. The Cancer Research Institute may be contacted in care of its National Headquarters at 29 Broadway, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10006, (212) 688-7515."
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Gifts from your IRA
Many supporters of the Cancer Research Institute who are 70.5 or older create gifts directly from their retirement savings to support cancer immunotherapy research. These gifts make an immediate impact on our mission, and come with great financial benefits: they are tax-free, help to reduce your future tax burden, and can help you meet your required minimum distribution for the current calendar year.
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We are pleased that you have an interest in learning about the many benefits of making a planned gift to support cancer immunotherapy research. If you have any questions about the best way for you to benefit through a planned gift, please call the Cancer Research Institute (FEIN: 13-1837442) at 1-800-99-CANCER or email@example.com. A member of our Planned Giving Team will be very pleased to help you.
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