Charitable IRA Rollover Gift

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Charitable IRA Rollover Gift

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DID YOU KNOW?

If you are age 70 ½ and older, you can make direct charitable contributions from your IRA (Individual Retirement Account) to the Bartholomew Foundation without any tax consequences?

 

As you may be aware, all IRA withdrawals are fully taxable.  A new law, though, makes it possible to direct up to $100,000 to the Bartholomew Foundation or other nonprofit organizations a year with no income taxes being charged.  These Charitable IRA Rollover gifts additionally fulfill your annual IRA required minimum distribution and allow non-itemizers to receive tax benefits from gifts to the Bartholomew Foundation.

FOLLOW THESE STEPS

To use the Charitable IRA Rollover provision to make an immediate impact with the Bartholomew Foundation:

  • You must be age 70 ½ or older
  • The funds must go directly from your IRA account to the Bartholomew Foundation
  • You cannot exceed $100,000 in Rollover gifts a year
  • Rollover gifts must be unrestricted and cannot provide any
    incidental benefits to the donor.

For more information or to request a personalized illustration, please contact Jonathan Gudema, Esq. or email the Bartholomew Foundation.

“We firmly believe that the most important gift any Orthodox Christian can make to our church is the gift to the Ecumenical Patriarchate. The torch lit by St. Andrew the Apostle in 38 A.D. can only be perpetuated into the future by gifts we make to the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Phanar. All Eparchies world wide received their light from the Phanar. If that light does not shine brightly, then what?”
Mr. and Mrs. Steve and Frosene Zeis
Asheville,
NC
“We firmly believe that the most important gift any Orthodox Christian can make to our church is the gift to the Ecumenical Patriarchate. The torch lit by St. Andrew the Apostle in 38 A.D. can only be perpetuated into the future by gifts we make to the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Phanar. All Eparchies world wide received their light from the Phanar. If that light does not shine brightly, then what?”
Mr. and Mrs. Steve and Frosene Zeis
Asheville,
NC