Alabama Biblical Arts Museum

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Planned Giving

Planned gifts benefit the Museum and provide the donor with an opportunity to create a lasting legacy for future generations, while maximizing the tax benefits of a donation.  Donors who make planned gifts by including the Museum in their estate plans are eligible for membership in The Legacy Circle, which provides a variety of benefits.
 

Bequest

A bequest is one of the simplest ways to provide for the future of the Alabama Biblical Arts Museum.  Many donors have found it possible to make significant gifts of cash, works of art, or other property through their wills.  A bequest to the Museum is deductible against estate and inheritance taxes.  Advance planning can minimize these taxes and preserve more of the estate.

Annuities

These gifts are life income arrangements, including charitable gift annuities and charitable remainder trusts, that provide donors with regular fixed payments annually for life in exchange for transferring assets to the Alabama Biblical Arts Museum.
 

Retirement and Pension Plans

Donors can make a charitable gift using retirement assets, by naming the Museum as a beneficiary.

Charitable Remainer Trust

This agreement between a donor and a trustee can provide fixed or variable income to meet specific financial needs of an interim beneficiary.  When this trust terminates, trust assets are passed to the Alabama Biblical Arts Museum.
 

Charitable Lead Trusts

This agreement between a donor and a trustee can provide fixed or variable income to meet specific financial needs of an interim beneficiary. When this trust terminates, trust assets are passed to the Alabama Biblical Arts Museum.

Gifts of Real Estate

A gift of real estate can be an attractive way to support the Alabama Biblical Arts Museum and to realize tax and income benefits at the same time, and it can also be a valuable asset when used to fund either a charitable remainder trust or a charitable lead trust.

 

Insurance Gifts

A gift of real estate can be an attractive way to support the Alabama Biblical Arts Museum and to realize tax and income benefits at the same time, and it can also be a valuable asset when used to fund either a charitable remainder trust or a charitable lead trust.

Information for Advisers

Investment advisers help many individuals consider, among other things, charitable estate or tax planning strategies that can help meet their financial needs as well as their philanthropic goals. By sharing information about the Alabama Biblical Arts Museum planned giving program with clients who might have a potential interest, advisers play a vital role in matching their clients with the Alabama Biblical Arts Museum.

 

If you are wanting to invest in any of the above methods or for more information, fill in the contact form below and someone will contact you shortly.