WAYS TO GIVE
First Broad Street's mission is to help people follow Jesus by Loving God, Growing Together, and Reaching Out. Leaving a legacy gift to the ministries of First Broad Street UMC is one way of furthering your lifetime commitment and stewardship to the Church of Jesus Christ. Remembering First Broad Street in your will or trust or as a designated beneficiary of another asset is a wonderful way to provide support to the church's mission and ministries in the future.
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Planned Giving Options and Donor Benefits
This is a great way to make a gift to charity at your death and maintain control of your assets during life. It works by designating First Broad Street UMC as the beneficiary of your asset by will, trust, or other instrument. The benefit of this gift is an Estate tax charitable deduction, and during life, use and ownership of your property.
Managed by the Holston Conference Foundation- This option allows you to receive a fixed income for life, avoid capital gains tax on the sale of your appreciated property, and enjoy the benefit of tax savings from a charitable deduction. To do this, you would transfer your cash or appreciated property to our church in exchange for our promise to pay you fixed income (with rates based on your age) for the rest of your life. Your benefits include charitable tax deduction, fixed income for life, partial bypass of capital gain, possible tax-free payments.
This is a way to transfer your appreciated property without paying capital gains tax. Enjoy regular income for life or a term of years, and receive the benefit of tax savings from a charitable deduction. This works by transferring your cash or appreciated property to fund a charitable trust. This trust sells your property tax-free and provides you with income for life or a term of years. Your benefits include a charitable tax deduction, income for life or a term of years, possible income growth over time, and avoidance of capital gains tax.
This is a way to avoid possible additional taxes paid at your death. Retirement plans may push the estate value beyond the federal or state exempt amount. It works by requesting a beneficiary form from the custodian of your plan. Your benefits include avoiding having non-spousal heirs paying income tax on distributions from your retirement plan. A large portion of the retirement plan may be dissipated by the combined burden of estate and income taxes.
Made by gifting an existing policy you no longer need to First Broad Street. You do so by contacting your insurance agent and changing the beneficiary to First Broad Street. You will also receive an income tax deduction if the ownership of policy (not term) is changed. Your benefits include a tax benefit that may be spread out over six years. You also have the satisfaction of knowing that your policy proceeds are going to the work of the church.
If you would like to simplify your estate, avoid capital gains tax, and provide an income from a trust, this is a great option. You would transfer real estate to First Broad Street outright or fund a charitable trust. Your benefits include an income tax deduction, avoidance of capital gains tax, and provides income from trust.