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Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
Why financial planners should study charitable planning
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  • 1. Why Financial Planners Should Study Charitable Planning
  • 2. 1.
    The clients you want care about charitable planning
  • 3.
  • 4. 2. The clients you really,
    really
    want
    care about charitable planning
  • 5.
  • 6. 3.
    You can provideBIG*value to clients
    * We aren’t talking about 3 extra basis points on a comparable risk-adjusted portfolio here…
  • 7. A couple wants to sell their $10 million low-basis business, invest in securities returning 5%, withdraw 5% per year, then at death leave half to children and half to charity
    Without sophisticated charitable planning they
    • Receive no INCOME TAX deduction
    • 8. Pay all CAPITAL GAINS TAX on the business sale
    • 9. Receive less lifetime income
    • 10. Pay ESTATE TAXES taking half or more of the children’s inheritance
    With sophisticated charitable planning (CRT-ILIT) they can
    • Receive an immediate INCOME TAX deduction
    • 11. Pay no CAPITAL GAINS TAX on the business sale
    • 12. Receive more lifetime income
    • 13. Make their children’s inheritance 100% ESTATE TAX free
  • 4. Yes, you can even make money doing it
    Did I mention that last transaction involves the sale of a $5,000,000+ life insurance policy?
  • 14. 5. What is the hottest part of the financial services industry right now?
  • 15. (Here is a hint…)
  • 16. 6. Donor advised funds may be assets under management
    DAF: Asset depletion from transfers
    Owned: Asset depletion from consumption
    Both may be largely second generation activities
  • 17. 7. Make a difference, not just a dollar
    Knowledgeable financial planners can effectively encourage generosity and consequently profoundly affect on our world.
  • 18. 8. Spread some happiness
  • 19. 9. Learn how to help families pass along both value and values
  • 20. 10.
    Assist your favorite charities in providing planned giving services to their donors

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