Gifts That Reduce Your Taxes - Special Olympics

Gifts That Reduce Your Taxes

Gifts That Reduce Your Taxes

You can empower individuals with intellectual disabilities to achieve their full potential, not just in sports, but in life and in society.

And what’s more, you may receive tax benefits for these generous gifts.

Retirement plan gift
Retirement plan gifts are an increasingly popular gift option for many Special Olympics supporters. Because retirement plans are taxed differently than most assets, they may become a tax liability.
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Qualified Charitable Distribution from your IRA — an immediate giving option
Transferring funds from an IRA to Special Olympics is an effective way to create a legacy of acceptance and inclusion.
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Life insurance policy gift
It’s not uncommon for people to have a life insurance policy that has outlasted its original purpose. If you do, you can use it (or a percentage of it) to reduce your taxes and create a gift for Special Olympics that demonstrates your commitment for a better world by fostering the acceptance and inclusion of all people.
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Gifts of real estate
You could consider donating real estate, such as a home, vacation property, undeveloped land, farmland, ranch, or commercial property.
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Gift of securities
You can use stocks, bonds, and mutual funds that have grown in value to create your legacy of inclusion with Special Olympics.
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Questions? I'm here to help.

Connie Grandmason
Office of Planned Giving
Special Olympics
(202) 536-5541, or toll free (866) 690-3951
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