Imagine avoiding the hassle of selling a piece of property, with no worry about getting a fair price and at the same time realizing valuable income and estate tax deductions. This can be your reality when you consider using real estate to make a charitable gift to PETA. Here's what you need to know.
How It WorksYou can donate your property outright, place it in a trust or give it through your will. All of these methods will enable you to enjoy personal financial benefits while supporting our work in a meaningful way. Following are details on the most straightforward way to make such a gift: direct donation of your property.
How You BenefitIn addition to freeing you from the costs and responsibilities of ownership, making an outright gift of property that you've owned for more than a year offers these benefits:
Please contact Tim Enstice at 757-962-8213 or email@example.com if you have any questions about this way of leaving a leaving a legacy for animals.1Assumes a 35 percent marginal income tax bracket and a 15 percent long-term capital gains tax bracket.
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