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Crafting Your Legacy
Smart Strategies for Achieving Your Charitable Goals

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Through the years, many individuals have found planned gifts to be an excellent vehicle for supporting Penn Law. A planned gift can ensure that your philanthropy not only maximizes the benefit of available tax incentives, but creates a lasting legacy, helping you make a difference in areas important to you both today and for future generations.

Estate Gifts - Bequests by will or living trust are the simplest way to make a planned gift to benefit Penn Law. Penn's Office of Gift Planning helps donors tailor bequests and structure gifts of stock, real estate, and life insurance to maximize tax savings.

Retirement Plan assets - Including Penn Law in your estate plans is as easy as naming the school as a beneficiary of your 401(k), IRA, or other retirement plan.

life income Gifts - Charitable Gift Annuities and Charitable Remainder Trusts allow you to support Penn Law and receive lifetime payments.

Your gift qualifies you for membership in the William Draper lewis legacy circle and the Harrison society.
To learn more about the many ways Penn Law can help you in meeting your charitable goals, contact:
Al Russo