ElderLaw News

ElderLaw News is a weekly e-newsletter that brings you reports of legal developments and other trends of vital interest to seniors and their advocates. This newsletter is brought to you by The Estate Planning & Elder Law Firm, P.C., William S. Fralin, Esq., President.

Charitable Giving Through Life Insurance

Remembering those organizations and agencies that mean a great deal to you is a special gesture.

When you believe in the mission and the work of a program, a gift of life insurance can be a highly cost-effective way to leverage a small contribution into a large charitable donation and to create your own legacy of caring.

Perhaps your plans for existing policies may be undecided at this point. When you consider a charitable gift of a paid-up life insurance policy, this can be a meaningful way to continue your contributions to those charitable organizations you value and to insure the work of the agency into the future. You may choose to take an existing policy or purchase a new policy; in either case you may name the foundation or an affiliated agency as the beneficiary. Whether you give new policies or existing policies, you will have several choices to maximize savings and the opportunity to endow your personal philanthropy for the future. You will be able to enjoy the assurance that the most important programs and service that benefit people in need will be carried on through your thoughtful generosity. At your death, the policy may fund an agency endowment or a field of interest fund, or you may add to an existing agency fund. Whatever your decision, your legacy will create a meaningful gift for the future and enhance the quality of life for those in need.

The Estate Planning & Elder Law Firm recommends that you contact your financial advisor to determine how this information may best apply to your specific financial and philanthropic goals.

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