Have You Considered Putting Thomas More Law Center in your Will?
When you remember the Thomas More Law Center in your will, you leave a legacy of hope for future generations. You insure that the fight to restore and preserve America’s Judeo-Christian values, and a strong, free and sovereign United States of America, continues.
Please consult your attorney or financial planner. It is recommended that you include the Law Center’s Tax ID Number: 38-3448297. Below is some sample wording for your bequest.
• To make a Simple Bequest…
“I give and bequeath to the Thomas More Law Center of 24 Frank Lloyd Wright Dr. Ann Arbor, MI 48106, the sum of $________ (or a specific item of property such as real estate, stocks or bonds, etc) to be used as the organization determines.”
• To make a Residual Bequest…
You may choose to leave the residue of your estate after you have provided for family members and other beneficiaries. “I give and bequeath to the Thomas More Law Center of 24 Frank Lloyd Wright Dr. Ann Arbor, MI 48106, the residue of my estate to be used as the organization determines.”
• To make a Percentage Bequest…
“I give and bequeath to the Thomas More Law Center of 24 Frank Lloyd Wright Dr. Ann Arbor, MI 48106, ______% (name a specific percentage) of the total value of my estate to be used as the organization determines.”
Other Ways to Give for a Lasting Impact…
A Planned Gift – A donation to the Thomas More Law Center through a Planned Gift gives you the opportunity to support the Thomas More Law Center in its current and future battles on behalf of America’s Judeo-Christian heritage and national security. Some examples of Planned Gifts include:
• Will Bequests
• Life Insurance and IRA proceeds
• Charitable Gift Annuities (CGAs)
A Charitable Gift Annuity (CGA)
Through a CGA, a donor can transfer cash, marketable securities, or other assets to a charitable organization in exchange for that organization’s promise to make fixed payments – either immediately or deferred to some future date – to the donor for the remainder of his lifetime.
Because the CGA is part charitable gift and part annuity contract, the gift portion of the transfer is – depending on the value of the asset and the annuity rate – immediately deductible for tax purposes.
For more information about CGAs and other planned giving programs, please call Tom Lynch at 734-827-2001.
The information contained herein is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended to be, nor should it be interpreted as specific legal or tax advice. Please seek guidance from your own legal, tax or professional advisors prior to making any gift.