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Charitable Bequests

Typically made through a Will or Living Trust, charitable bequests do not require the donor to transfer any assets during their lifetime. Donors can designate a specific dollar amount, a percentage, or even a residual amount of the "estate" to be "bequeathed" or gifted after their death to the AKH Foundation. A charitable bequest can lower the taxable value of your estate and therefore lessen the amount of death taxes that your estate will be required to pay to the state. Donors with very large estates can realize tremendous reductions in federal estate taxes, depending on the way in which federal estates taxes are structured in the future.

John D. Pastorek, CFRE, President

Allegheny-Kiski Health Foundation
One Acee Drive, Suite 1
Natrona Heights, PA 15065
(724)294-3157

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