Find out what types of assets make the best planned gifts. Learn about gifts of cash, securities and property.
Discover the Planned Gift That's Best for You
Whatever your stage in life, planned giving can provide financial benefits to you and your loved ones, while helping you support Emporia State University. Some planned gifts have an impact now, some after your lifetime. Many offer tax savings, and some even provide you with income for life.
Explore your options here, or visit our contact page and reach out to us. We are always here to help you find the plan that is perfect for you!
Deduction calculations are available for gift annuities, remainder unitrusts, remainder annuity trusts and lead trusts. These calculations are provided solely for educational purposes and are not professional tax or legal advice. Individuals should consult a qualified professional advisor about their specific situation.
The charitable gift annuity makes fixed payments for one or two lives. Part of the payout may be tax free.
An annuity trust pays a fixed amount equal to five percent or more of the initial corpus for one or two lives.
Annuity Trust for Term of 1–20 Years
An annuity trust may pay a fixed amount of five percent or more of initial corpus for a term of one to twenty years. The annuity may be divided among two or more recipients.
Deferred Gift Annuity
The deferred gift annuity makes fixed payments for one or two lives. Part of the payout may be tax free.
Lead Annuity Trust for Term of 1–35 Years
This lead annuity trust pays a fixed amount each year to a qualified charity for one to thirty-five years, with remainder to family or family trust.
Lead Unitrust for Term of 1–35 Years
This lead unitrust may pay any percentage amount to qualified charities for one to thirty-five years, with remainder to family or family trust.
The tax-exempt unitrust pays five percent or more each year to the recipients for one or two lives.
Unitrust for Term of 1–20 Years
A unitrust may pay five percent or more each year for a term of one to twenty years. The income may be divided among two or more recipients.