A charitable remainder unitrust can help you maintain or increase your income while making a significant gift to Treasure Coast Hospice Foundation.
If your unitrust grows, your payments will grow too, providing a hedge against inflation. A unitrust provides more flexibility than other life income plans.
A charitable remainder unitrust could be right for you if:
You want to provide income for yourself or others.
You want the possibility of income growth.
You want to save income taxes or capital gains taxes.
You want to choose the person who administers your gift and guides its investments.
You want to make a generous gift to Treasure Coast Hospice.
You are considering a gift amount of $100,000 or more.
Fill out our online Gift Calculator form and begin the process of setting up a charitable gift annuity.
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