Charitable Gift Annuity
Example #1
  
John Williams is a retired farmer, who is 80 years old. He is unmarried. He set up a Radio Kansas Gift Annuity with a $100,000 cash gift. He is in the 33% tax bracket.

With Mr. William's age and life expectancy in mind, the standard rate determined by the American Council on Gift Annuities would give him an 8% return each year for the rest of his life.

He will be able to claim a current tax deduction of $49,985 which may result in a $16,495 tax savings for the current year.

He will receive an annual payment of $8,000 for the rest of his life. Of that payment, $5,560 will be tax free for the first 10 years.

On average, Mr. Williams would be expected to receive a total of $81,600, for an effective payout of 12.9%, while Radio Kansas is expected to retain the full value of the initial gift of $100,000.

 
Radio Kansas will be glad to prepare a more detailed custom
estimate of a Gift Annuity for you. All information submitted
will be treated as confidential.

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  All of these figures are estimates, offered here strictly as an example. Radio Kansas cannot offer tax or legal advice. Please consult a tax advisor for final figures in your specific situation.  



For more information, contact Sharon Webb at 1-800-723-4657
or swebb@radiokansas.org.




 
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