Support Indigenous Youth through your Estate and Financial Planning
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A charitable gift annuity is purchased, which allows you to receive a guaranteed annual income for life and it gives you the opportunity to support Indspire at the same time.
RRSP’s and RRIFs
You can name Indspire as a direct beneficiary of your RRSP, RRIF, or Canada Pension assets and receive tax benefits as a result. This type of gift will transform potential tax liabilities in your final tax return into a gift to support Indspire.
Gifts of Residual Interest
A residual interest gift is an arrangement where you irrevocably give real estate or personal property to Indspire while retaining the right to use the property for your life or for a term of years.
A gift-in-kind is a gift of tangible property such as works of art or real estate that has significant value and that can be converted into cash to support Indspire.
Charitable Remainder Trusts
Your gift of cash or other property can be used to establish a charitable remainder trust. You receive the income from the trust, according to the terms set out when it was established and a tax receipt for the remainder. Indspire receives whatever remains in the trust after your death.
Gift of Life Insurance
There are two main ways to give a gift of life insurance: you can name Indspire as the beneficiary of an existing policy or you can purchase a policy and name Indspire as the owner and beneficiary of the policy. This type of gift allows you to make a sizable gift with only small annual or monthly payments. In addition, there is a tax relief.
Gifts of Stocks and Securities
If you own stocks or mutual funds that have grown in value, you may face a tax bill when you sell them. By donating them directly to Indspire you reduce your tax bill and make a significant gift at the same time. You can give a gift of publicly traded securities to Indspire and eliminate 100% of the capital gains tax.