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Goals & Benefits

There are many ways to make a gift to Mother Jones. Take a look at some of the options designed to help you to achieve different goals, and feel free to contact us with questions.

Your Goal

Your Strategy

Your Benefits

Make an important impact to Mother Jones that doesn't cost you anything during your lifetime, but that is priceless as part of the legacy that you leave behind.

Include a gift from your will or trust (cash, specific property, or a share of the estate).

A great way to provide resources that help Mother Jones maintain our traditions.

Avoid capital gains liability and take an income tax deduction.

Use appreciated property instead of cash to make your gift.

Buy low and give high — while avoiding capital gains tax.

Leave more of your estate to your heirs.

Name Mother Jones as beneficiary of your retirement plan, and leave less-taxed assets to family.

Eliminate income tax on retirement plan assets, and free up other property to pass to your heirs.

Continue to receive benefits back from the assets you give to Mother Jones — and thus multiply your gift.

Create a life income plan like a charitable remainder unitrust.

Receive income for your lifetime, receive a charitable deduction, and diversify your holdings.

Create a long-term gift that won't draw funds from your estate.

Create a new life insurance policy, or donate a paid-up policy of coverage you no longer need.

Increase your ability to make a significant gift to Mother Jones.

Reduce gift and estate taxes and leave more of your assets to your heirs.

Create a charitable lead trust to pay income to Mother Jones for a fixed time, then pay the remainder to your heirs.

Reduce gift and estate taxes, and freeze the taxable value of growing assets before they pass to your family.




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Questions? Email Steve Katz, Publisher.

The material presented on this Planned Giving website is not offered as legal or tax advice.
Read full disclaimer|Sitemap|Planned Giving Content © 2017 VirtualGiving.com