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Charitable Giving

It's a double satisfaction. Give to a charity and feel good, because you have helped the charity's work. Feel as good, or better, because you have also helped yourself to lower taxes. But for the best feeling, use a charitable trust. Get your tax deduction now, and effectively postpone your gift for years. Or, deduct now, and get your gift back years from now. It's one of the best deals in the tax code and worth considering.

Charitable Remainder Trust

The charity can receive your gift after your other beneficiary. For example, you could give your trustee shares of appreciated stock to benefit one or more charity, but give all of the income from the trust to yourself or your children, while they live. The charity receives the trust only after the death of you or your last child.

Charitable Lead Trust

Or, the charity can receive the benefit first. Your charitable gift could consist of all the income from your trust for 20 years, but at the end of that period, you or your children would receive the trust outright. Either trust allows the donor to take an immediate income-tax deduction.

At Canandaigua National Trust Company we can help you set up a Charitable Trust. 

For more information, contact Paul today.  

P Tarantino  Paul Tarantino
941.366.7222 ext. 50720 

The financial advisors of Canandaigua National Trust Company of Florida (CNTF) offer trust and estate services, investment management solutions, IRAs, and fiduciary services to Greater Sarasota and Florida West Gulf Coast communities.

Canandaigua National Trust Company of Florida is an affiliate of Canandaigua National Bank & Trust. This material is provided for general information purposes only and is not a recommendation or solicitation to buy or sell any particular security, product or service. Investments are not bank deposits, are not obligations of, or guaranteed by Canandaigua National Bank & Trust, or Canandaigua National Trust Company of Florida and are not FDIC insured. Investments are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of principal amount invested. Investments may be offered through affiliate companies.