The CARES Act has been a topic of much discussion over the last month. Passed in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act included a number of provisions intended to help America face the economic uncertainty created by the crisis.
And while there is ongoing discussion in Congress about some of the provisions of the CARES Act that have expired or will expire soon, it is worth remembering that the CARES Act included a number of provisions that do not expire until the end of 2020, including many incentives that provide benefits for those looking to make charitable gifts during this time to support non-profit organizations, including The ALS Association.
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The basics of “planned giving” are right there in the name:
It’s a form of charitable giving that’s planned. But the planning part, well,
sometimes it can be hard. After all, taking the time to sit down and think about
the future in any capacity–nonetheless charitable giving–often seems
intimidating. And once you begin to consider the types and forms of planned
gifts, you may find yourself even more lost than when you started.
But when you break down specific options, you might find the
world of planned giving becomes a bit less daunting and you may even be
surprised by the options that are out there. As such we wanted to explore in a
little detail the Charitable Gift Annuity, a form of giving that
has benefits for you and a non-profit of your choice.
Continue reading A Beneficial Way to Give—Charitable Gift Annuity Q&A