What is Planned Givingfin?

Planned Giving means making gifts to charity that require planning. That includes estate gifts like bequest designations, and also includes current gifts that require planning.


Planned Giving may be as simple as deciding what to give. In an age of abundance, donors have more choices because they have more STUFF. A gift need not be large to be significant.


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A Qualified Planned Gift for tax purposes must meet the requirements for federal and state charitable deductions and credits.  To learn more contact.


To qualify for the Montana Tax Credit, the donor is required to give a qualifying planned gift to a Montana 501(c)(3) permanent endowment. The Montana tax credit is an incentive of 40% of qualifying contributions, up to a maximum of $10,000 per individual or $20,000 per couple for a qualified planned gift. To learn more contact.


Charitable Contributions are only deductible if you itemize your deductions and do not receive goods and services in exchange. For more information......


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