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The Pros and Cons of Charitable Gift Annuities

By Lineweaver Financial Group
September 19, 2019 Category: Charitable, Annuities, Annuity, Charity, Donations

In past articles, weve discussed the pros and cons of private foundations and donor advised funds, but there are other options that can help people support their favorite charity while also providing income for themselves as well. One option is a charitable gift annuity, which is essentially a contract between a donor and a charity. As the donor, youd make a sizable gift to charity using cash, securities or possibly other assets, and in return, you become eligible to take a partial tax deduction for your donation, plus you receive a fixed stream of income from the charity for the rest of your life. When you make a donation to a single charity, the gift is set aside in a reserve account and invested. Based on your age when you make the gift, or ages if its both you and your spouse, youd receive a fixed monthly or quarterly payout for the rest of your life. Then, at the end of your life (again, as well as your spouses, if youre giving as a couple), the charity receives the remainder of

Is an Annuity the Right Retirement Option for You?

By Lineweaver Financial Group
May 04, 2017 Category: Annuity, Annuities, Annuity Alternatives, Retirement, Life Insurance, Dividend, Stocks, Bonds Ladder

Annuities can be great tools. Often, fixed annuities can offer higher interest rates than your bank account, a CD, or even Treasury Bonds, and they do it all with comparatively low risk. But, there are many alternatives that may be far better options for some people. One of the downsides to some annuities is that your portfolio cant grow if youre taking the interest as distributions, and there can be surrender charges as well.The 65-year-old retiree will see the value of his or her $500,000 stay the same over 10 years, and if you factor in an annual inflation rate of 3%, your purchasing power for that same $500,0000 will only buy $350,000 worth of goods. If that scenario doesnt seem ideal for you, here are a few alternatives you might consider. Dividend-paying stocks that pay monthly and quarterly dividends can be good annuity alternatives. With the help of an experienced advisor, you may be able to even buy a collection of dividend-paying stocks that will not only pay you more income

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