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Viewing our wealth as resources given to us by God to steward certainly changes our perspective. It causes us to not only question how best to manage our resources now, but also to wonder how to better distribute them at the end of our lives.
For those who hope to reduce death taxes and leave a legacy of giving to their descendants, it may be beneficial to explore naming a Donor Advised Fund (DAF) as a beneficiary on their IRA.
Due to the passage of the SECURE Act, “stretch” IRAs are no longer available for heirs, so naming a DAF as a beneficiary will eliminate potential taxes on the disbursement of IRA assets and create a tax-free donation pool that future generations can pull from when determining which charities they desire to bless. This tax-savvy approach will encourage ongoing collaboration amongst your heirs and ensure continued charitable giving for decades to come.
DAFs can be a great option for those seeking to ensure that their generosity can live on in future generations. If you or someone you know could benefit from establishing a DAF, The Faithful Journey Foundation (FJF) can help.
The foundation can also help if you would like to explore giving appreciated assets, such as stocks, real estate, life insurance, or even mineral interests.
FJF exists to enhance your family’s legacy of giving, especially after so many years of faithful stewardship of your resources. Blessing churches, charities, and nonprofits that share your values is a beautiful way to incorporate continued generosity into your legacy plans.
Creating and ensuring a legacy of generosity is a worthwhile pursuit, and FJF is passionate about helping you achieve your goals. If you or someone you know is interested in a DAF, contact FJF today.
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