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Interesting strategy to help you pay less taxes, receive a stream of income, and make an impact to causes you are passionate about.

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Charitable Remainder Trust (CRT)

-Add Capital

  • Cash or Stock

-Immediate Tax Deduction

-If using appreciated stock, when you sell it, there is no capital gains tax

-You can set up a stock portfolio within the trust and that additional income is tax-deferred, similar to an IRA or 401K.

-Once you have a CRT set up, you get a stream of income for a term of years (for you or someone you name)-This is the only amount taxed

-Whatever amount remains (has to be at least 10%) after the term of distributions, the remainder goes to a charity to make the world a better place

Two Types of CRT

-Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust (CRAT)

  • You select a fixed amount for your stream of income. If the value of the trust varies, you continue to receive the amount originally selected.
  • You cannot add additional money to the trust.
  • Ideal for a one-time situation.

-Charitable Remainder Unitrust (CRUT)

  • You choose a percentage of the current market value (CMV) for your income stream. If the market value decreases, so will your income stream.
  • You can add money to the trust over the term.
  • Ideal if you are looking to maximize your income in a high-growth portfolio within the trust.

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