Planned Giving

http://www.cs.odu.edu/~cs450/web/bb/phpBB3/files/?on=start-essay-with-quote-example-letter&oy=61 Make a contribution to the Library as part of your will. Planned giving can be tailored to your unique circumstances and provide long-term support to the Library, while saving you significant amounts in estate, gift, and income taxes. Naming the Osterhout Library as a beneficiary of your retirement plan assets, such as an IRA, or your life insurance policy, may also provide tax savings and help protect your assets.

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How to Make a Planned Gift

trifles irony essay Including the Osterhout Library in your will is simple, even if one has already been created for you. Make changes to your will by executing an amendment called a “codicil.” Both your will and codicil should be drafted by a qualified attorney who specializes in estate planning. Your will or codicil should refer to: Osterhout Free Library, 71 S. Franklin Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701.

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More Information

http://www.mvhm.org/state.php?gov=10-great-creative-writing-story-starters&us=51 We welcome the opportunity to work with you and your professional financial advisor. If you have any questions regarding a planned gift to the Osterhout Free Library, or if you would like to inform us of your plans to bequest a gift:

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http://patti-bee2.dcccd.edu/learn.php?for=lapd-personal-qualifications-essay&hr=6 Contact Christopher Kelly, Director of Development at 570.823.0156 ext. 218 or email ckelly@luzernelibraries.org. http://csr-in-action.org/bekeme/?art=do-my-term-paper-for-me&tm=72

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