No one wants to be audited by the IRS, but if it happens, you’ll be at an advantage if you’ve made charitable contributions through a Donor Advised Fund.
Commonly referred to as a “Give it Twice” Trust, a Testamentary Charitable Remainder Unitrust is an excellent way to include both family and charity in your legacy planning. These trusts can help you spread out an inheritance to your heirs over many years, reduce estate and income taxes, while leaving a significant legacy to your favorite charity.
Through partnerships with local and region organizations, the Community for All Ages Coalition has developed ways to utilize the talent, time and energy of our community’s new retirees.
On May 9th, Truman Heartland’s Youth Advisory Council (YAC) senior members and their parents joined Foundation staff and Board members to celebrate their impending graduation and share memories from their time on the council.
Interested in putting more structure and planning into your charitable giving? While a private foundation may be a good fit for some individuals, more people are finding that a Donor Advised Fund is a better way to meet their charitable goals.
Truman Heartland Set To Honor Those Who Give Back - The Examiner, [May 29, 2018]
Today's Students Are Our Future - The Examiner, [April 28, 2018]
2018 Is The Year For Savvy Tax Planning - The Lee's Summit Journal, [April 9, 2018]
’Tis The Season For Taxes, Then Allergies - The Examiner, [April 7, 2018]
Boomers Get Connected Q&A - Lee's Summit Lifestyle Magazine, [March 28, 2018]
Heartwarming Thoughts For Cold Winter Days - The Examiner, [February 28, 2018]
Nearly $300,000 Available in Grant Funding for Nonprofits - Lee's Summit Journal - [February 15, 2018]
Despite Changes, Plenty of Incentive Remains for Charitable Giving in Federal Tax Law - Kansas City Star - [February 8, 2018]
An Alternative Outlook On Charitable Giving Under The New Tax Law - Lee's Summit Tribune - [February 3, 2018]
Charitable Giving Under The New Tax Law - The Examiner, [January 27, 2018]
Ways to Give Through Truman Heartland Community Foundation
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