Counseling Christians in Sound Stewardship

Planned Giving

Did you know that taxes like the capital gains tax and the estate tax are actually optional taxes?  That’s right, with proper planning you may be able to avoid all capital gains tax on the sale of an appreciated asset or avoid all estate tax on your estate after you die.  While there are many good ways to make charitable gifts (both during lifetime and after death), there are often better ways that remain undiscovered because taxpayers did not know about their options. 

We offer assistance with various tools that can help you make your gifts not only to meet the needs the Lord laid before you, but to do so in the most tax-efficient and cost-effective way possible.  The links to the left will provide a summary of the listed tools. We also have brochures in the Resources section that you can review or download for more information.