You want to make a significant gift to help PETA's vital work for animals, but not at the expense of loved ones. Is it possible to do both? As a matter of fact, yes—with life insurance. How It WorksWhen making a charitable donation threatens to reduce the size of your family members' inheritances, life insurance can make up the difference. Depending on your age and health status, you can purchase life insurance with death benefits equal to the value of your gift. Voilá!
Another OptionRather than owning the new life insurance yourself, it may be preferable to own the policy inside an irrevocable life insurance trust (also called a wealth replacement trust). You would typically name a bank trust department or trust institution as trustee. Doing so will enable your heirs to receive the death benefit of the life insurance without having to pay estate taxes. Plus, life insurance is generally income tax-free to your beneficiaries.
Please contact Tim Enstice at 757-962-8213 or firstname.lastname@example.org if we can answer any questions you have about this way to support our mission.
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