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Your gifts of non-cash property such as securities or real estate may provide an ideal way for you to make a contribution. If your property has increased in value, it may entitle you to avoid paying gains. If your property has decreased in value, you should consider selling that property first and then contributing the proceeds. This allows you to receive the deduction for both the capital loss and the charitable gift.
An employer matching program can allow you to double your gift. Check with your human resources office for more information.
You can name Gwinnett Technical College as a recipient of a planned gift in your will. Your will gift can include cash, securities and personal property; a percentage of your estate; or the residue of your estate property remaining after other bequests have been fulfilled.
Life insurance provides an effective way to benefit Gwinnett Tech because it will provide Gwinnett Tech with a substantial deferred gift while you pay relatively modest premium payments.
You may name Gwinnett Tech as the beneficiary of a portion of your retirement funds. Contact the administrator of your plan to learn more.
In some instances, you can designate a specified amount of money in a qualifying trust which will provide income to you for life. Thereafter, the principal will be paid to Gwinnett Tech Foundation upon your death or upon a specified date. These trusts assure income to you while providing an immediate charitable deduction for the remainder of the interest. Talk to your attorney, CPA or tax advisor to learn more.
If you deed property to Gwinnett Tech Foundation, you and/or your spouse retain the right to live in the house for the remainder of your life. You may also receive an immediate income-tax deduction for the gift.
Interested in learning more? Contact the Gwinnett Tech Foundation at 678-226-6263 to learn how you can support Gwinnett Technical College.
We appreciate your generous support of the Gwinnett Tech Foundation! The Gwinnett Tech Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, and your contribution is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. As of July 1, 2003 the Gwinnett Tech Foundation, Inc. has assessed a 10% fee upon the receipt of new gifts and pledge payments, with the exception of scholarships. For more information, please contact us at email@example.com.