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Charitable Planning with Retirement Assets

In a recent blog post, https://www.wealthmanagement.com/high-net-worth/charitable-planning-retirement-assets WealthManagement.com explored the benefits of charitable planning with retirement assets. The article highlights how individuals can use their retirement accounts to make charitable contributions, potentially reducing their tax burden and leaving a lasting impact on their favorite charities. Here’s what clients should know about this topic, and how Shah Total Planning can help with implementation.

Charitable planning with retirement assets involves donating a portion of your IRA, 401(k), or other retirement accounts to a qualified charity. By doing so, you may be able to reduce your tax burden, potentially avoiding income and estate taxes on the donated funds. Additionally, charitable giving with retirement assets can be a powerful way to support causes that you care about, leaving a lasting legacy for future generations.

At Shah Total Planning, we specialize in helping clients develop comprehensive financial plans that take into account their unique goals and circumstances. We understand the complexities of charitable planning with retirement assets and can help clients explore their options for making charitable contributions in a tax-efficient manner.

One of the primary benefits of charitable planning with retirement assets is the potential tax savings. When you donate retirement assets to a qualified charity, you may be able to avoid paying income taxes on the donated funds, potentially reducing your tax burden in the current year. Additionally, if you leave retirement assets to a charity in your estate plan, you may be able to avoid estate taxes on those funds, providing an additional benefit to your heirs.

Another benefit of charitable planning with retirement assets is the ability to support causes that you care about. By donating to a qualified charity, you can make a lasting impact on the world around you, supporting important causes and leaving a legacy for future generations.

If you’re interested in learning more about charitable planning with retirement assets and how it can benefit your financial plan, we encourage you to contact Shah Total Planning today. Our team of experienced financial advisors can help you explore your options for charitable giving, developing a plan that aligns with your goals and values. Give us a call today to get started.

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