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To help offset a high capital gains tax, you can place part of the property in a special trust, called a charitable remainder unitrust.
Here are a few ways you can help further the work of Answers in Genesis and invest in the good news of the gospel and the message of biblical authority.
Did you know that we have “planned giving” opportunities? These options make partnering with AiG in spreading the creation/gospel message easier than ever.
Here is a real-life example of how God allowed one couple to give to Answers in Genesis through a part gift, part sale of their asset.
Whether it’s through volunteering, making a one-time gift, or donating through a planned giving option, we are thankful for our supporters’ generosity.
A cash gift blesses our ministry by giving us the funds we need to continue doing what we are doing around the world.
We are thankful for the many who support us because they want to see the church stand on the authority of God’s Word and see the gospel boldly proclaimed.
We are thankful for every gift and for the continued prayers of our supporters. One way is a planned giving option called a Life Estate Agreement.
One creative form of planned giving is the charitable lead annuity trust—the “wait a while” trust.
A “Gift and Sale” plan means that an asset (e.g. stocks or land) is sold and a portion of the proceeds go to you while part is gifted to AiG.
If you would like to partner with us in spreading Christ’s soul-saving message, there are several ways that you can do this through planned giving.
A charitable lead trust allows you to see the results of your gift now, while ensuring your beneficiaries are well cared for in the future.
With a good plan, you can trust God with the confidence that your family will be well-cared-for if He takes you out of this life unexpectedly.
One option for planning for the future is a living trust. This kind of trust can be set up during your lifetime and directs where your assets go.
A bequest is a form of planned giving in which you retain and use assets during your lifetime and then leave the bequest to your family and charity.
Did you know that your life insurance policy can be used to make an eternal impact in the kingdom of God?
Giving can come in all shapes and sizes—and it doesn’t just have to be money.
Our endowment fund is one of the ways we financially sustain our mission and work and there are four ways you may contribute toward it.
A charitable bequest is one of the easiest and most flexible ways that you can leave a gift to Answers in Genesis that will make a lasting impact.
If you desire to help Answers in Genesis further the biblical authority ministry, consider the charitable life insurance options explored in this article.
One way we can have peace of mind about our finances while contributing to the Lord’s work is through a charitable gift annuity.
What can Christians do to pay less in taxes, maintain an income for retirement, and invest in the work of the Lord?
One gift giving opportunity is a charitable trust called a “charitable remainder unitrust.” Here’s an illustration to show how it works.
Here are two ways you can help us spread the message of biblical authority and the gospel “for such a time as this.”
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