IRA Charitable Distribution: Donate an IRA to charity.
Starting at age 70 ½ a gift of up to $100,000 a year can be made directly to a chosen charity from an IRA. The Qualified Charitable Deduction or QCD, as it’s commonly called, goes directly to the charity. Donors don’t report QCDs as taxable income and therefore don’t pay any taxes on the funds. And at age 73, when individuals must start to take money out of an IRA account, the QCD also counts towards satisfying that annual Required Minimum Distribution (RMD). Additionally, you can name CAFB as a beneficiary of all or a portion of your IRA.
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CAFB is merely suggesting possible options for making a Planned Gift. Please consult your tax and legal advisors to learn what might work best for your personal planned giving goals and your tax and financial needs.