M State Foundation and Alumni and Fergus Area College Foundation are proud to serve each distinct community where our campuses are located. Tangible evidence of this exists in the foundations organized for the benefit of our college and through the work of our dedicated boards of directors and donors who support our fundraising endeavors.
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By taking a distribution from your IRA this year, you will likely pay more in taxes and may even reach a higher tax bracket. Rolling over part of your IRA's "required minimum distribution" or "RMD" to a charity like ours can help reduce your tax bill while supporting our cause.
If you are 70½ or older and don't need your RMD, you can make a gift of up to $100,000 this year from your IRA to help further our mission. Compare the impact of taking your RMD versus the benefits of making an IRA charitable rollover gift to us.
Here are some ways you can shift tax dollars to charitable dollars and support a cause like ours.
Creating your plan is now easier than ever before with the new online Wills Planner that is featured on our website. It will help you organize your family and estate information using our secure online system. When you are finished, you may share your information with a qualified GiftAttorney who can then complete your will or trust plan and prepare it for filing.
Planning for your future has never been easier! To get started, go to our website, click on "Plan Your Will" and create your
Wills Planner account. We look forward to helping you plan your future!
The purpose of our endowment is to financially sustain the mission and work of our organization. You can make a significant contribution to endow the future or our students....it's easier than you think.
Here are a number of charitable give and estate planning strategies that can benefit you and build an endowment.
To learn more about how you can make a significant gift to endow the future of M State students, please contact us.
Last modified: August 17th, 2017 at 12:27pm