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Charitable Gift Annuity

Terminating a Gift Annuity While an Annuitant Is Still Living

In the vast majority of cases, a gift annuity will not end until the death of the sole or surviving recipient of the payments. Annuitants are generally delighted that they will continue to receive payments for life, and they wouldn’t have it any other way. Yet, in certain instances an annuitant might be pleased to learn some options exist.

A Gift Plan for the Donor Who Wants Payments to Grow, Risk-Free

One of the reasons gift annuities are so popular is that they offer donors payments that are fixed and are backed by the general resources of the issuing institution.  The resulting predictability and security of annuity payments has strong appeal for a broad range of planned gift donors.  The age of the donors has a lot to do with this appeal.

How to Model a Gift Annuity That is Funded with the Remainder Value of a Retained Life Estate

This article covers the idea of creating a gift annuity with the remainder value of a retained life estate. A donor may to do this if he/she needs extra income while in his/her home.

FASB Liabilities and FASB 157 Fair Value Measurements - Mountains and Molehills

For gift planning offices at most not-for-profit organizations (NFPs), FASB accounting is the last thing on the list. Activities are geared towards bringing in new planned gifts, ongoing administration, and donor stewardship. The financial office asks for a FASB liability report once a year (at a few NFPs, once a quarter). Someone in the gift planning office runs off a new report using similar assumptions to the previous year. If there is an outside gift administrator, they can be asked to produce the report.

State Regulation of Gift Annuities - It's Not As Bad As You Think!

When it comes to state regulation of gift annuities, the specific requirements of the most regulated states garner the most attention. But there are only 10 of those states. A charity can satisfy the regulatory requirements of the 40 other states with relative ease and speed. Working from the least regulated to the most regulated, the states can be broken down as follows:

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