For donors aged 70 1/2 or older, rolling over an IRA could be a tax-efficient approach to estate planning, leaving more money for Youth-Reach Gulf Coast (YRGC) as well as heirs.
What are the benefits of an IRA charitable rollover?
- Older donors can give up to $100,000 from their IRAs to YRGC and avoid paying taxes on that gift.
- Donors can meet the year’s required minimum distribution.
- Donors’ heirs and estates can avoid paying income tax if the IRA’s assets are distributed upon the donor’s passing.
- An IRA beneficiary could be a donor-advised fund.
- Donors support the life-changing work of Youth-Reach Gulf Coast.
How does an IRA charitable rollover work?
- Usually, donors simply fill out a form from their IRA plan administrator to designate YRGC as the plan beneficiary.
- The IRA funds go directly to YRGC (or your donor-advised fund) to help bring young men and their families the life-changing opportunity of a second chance.
How do I set up an IRA charitable rollover?
Contact us today to have a member of our leadership team walk you through this process.