Wills and Trusts

Wills and Trusts

Donors often give to the UNM Cancer Center through planned gifts. These come in the form of bequests through wills or living trusts, designation of proceeds from life insurance or retirement funds; gifts of real estate; or gift annuities and charitable remainder trusts. Some of the largest gifts we receive are planned gifts. As an added benefit, these gifts may reduce your income and estate taxes.

Gift annuities and charitable remainder trusts are examples of planned gifts that can provide annual payments for you, your spouse or another person; reduce your taxes through the charitable deduction; produce income from highly appreciated but low-yielding assets, and save estate/gift taxes.

You can also remember the UNM Cancer Center in your will. In addition, the UNM Cancer Center can be named as beneficiary of retirement plans, trusts or life insurance policies. Such gifts can reduce estate taxes. Personalized illustrations can show how you and your family can benefit from planning gifts to the UNM Cancer Center and help leave a legacy of hope for all New Mexicans touched by cancer.

Do you want to leave a legacy or make a special gift to the UNM Cancer Center? You can by remembering the UNM Cancer Center in your will. In addition, the UNM Cancer Center can be named as beneficiary of retirement plans, trusts, or life insurance policies. Such gifts can reduce estate taxes.

If you have already included the UNM Cancer Center in your long-range financial plans or your will, thank you!

 

online_donations Please contact the UNM Cancer Center Development Office at 505-272-4443
or hope@salud.unm.edu to discuss making these types of donations.

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