Charitable Gift Annuities

Maximizing Income While Serving the Poor or Homeless

Why gift annuities? • Guarantees the participant income for life. • Gives significant support to the participants’ charity of choice. • Provides some tax advantages and deductions. • Safe and financially stable. Understanding Gift Annuities There are three different types of CGA’s: Single – Life Gift Annuities, Two – Life Gift Annuities, and Deferred Annuities. Although there are three different types of annuities, all three have the same foundational benefit of a guaranteed income for life.

[one_third last=”no”] one person cropped Single- Life AnnuityOnly pays to one participant Payments terminate at the death of the participant[/one_third]

[one_third last=”no”]two people Two- Life Annuity  Payments made to first participant initially Payments made to second participant at the point of death of the first participant[/one_third] [one_third last=”yes”]imageedit_2_9229795940 Deferred Annuity Payment is allowed to be delayed until specified date made by participant Higher annuity payments May be Single-Life or Two-Life Annuity[/one_third]   Illustration Mark and Katherine were both 75 years old, retired, and troubled by the drop in their income as a result of lower interest rates on their fixed-income investments (CDs, bonds, and money market funds). Still, they wanted to support charities through financial giving and planned to do so through their will. Then they learned about a CGA with City Union Mission. They started a CGA by funding it with a $25,000 check. They received an immediate tax deduction for a portion of that gift, and based on their age and life expectancy, they received fixed periodic payments of $1,250 per year for life (5.0% of $25,000). About 80% of each payment was tax-free. Even better, their CGA worked in tandem with their Giving Fund (donor-advised fund) with us. Money from the CGA went into their Giving Fund, from which they could recommend gifts to their church and favorite charities – even after their death. • They received $1,250 per year in fixed, periodic payments – partially tax-free – for the rest of their lives. • During Mark and Katherine’s life and even upon their death, money from the CGA went to their church and favorite charities.  

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