Charitable Remainder Trust
Solutions for Large Donations
If you have built a sizable estate and also are looking for ways to receive reliable payments, consider a charitable remainder trust.
These types of gifts may offer you tax benefits and the option for income. There are two ways to receive payments and each has its own benefits:
The annuity trust pays you, each year, the same dollar amount you choose at the start. Your payments stay the same, regardless of fluctuations in trust investments.
The unitrust pays you, each year, a variable amount based on a fixed percentage of the fair market value of the trust assets. The amount of your payments is redetermined annually. If the value of the trust increases, so do your payments. If the value decreases, however, so will your payments.
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Gifts That Pay
Your payments depend on your age at the time of the donation. If you are younger than 60, we recommend that you learn more about your options and download this FREE guide Plan for Retirement With a Deferred Gift Annuity.
Contact Jan Rogers at 314.286.0981 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information on bequests or to chat more about the different options for including St. Louis Children's Hospital in your will or estate plan.
- Contact Jan Rogers at 314.286.0981 or email@example.com to talk about supporting St. Louis Children's Hospital by setting up a charitable remainder trust.
- Seek the advice of your financial or legal advisor.
- If you include St. Louis Children's Hospital in your plans, please use our legal name and federal tax ID.
Legal Name: St. Louis Children's Hospital Foundation
Address: St. Louis, MO
Federal Tax ID Number: 43-1626863
An Example of How It Works
Susan, 75, wants to make a gift to St. Louis Children's Hospital but would also like more income in the future. Susan creates a charitable remainder unitrust with annual lifetime payments to her equal to 6 percent of the fair market value of the trust assets as revalued annually. She funds the trust with assets valued at $500,000.
Susan receives $30,000 the first year from the trust. Subsequent payment amounts vary each year depending on the annual valuations of the trust assets. She is eligible for a federal income tax charitable deduction of $276,880* in the year she creates and funds the trust. This deduction saves Susan $88,232 in her 32 percent tax bracket.
*Based on annual payments and a 3.2 percent charitable midterm federal rate. Deductions and calculations will vary depending on your personal circumstances.