The Foundation welcomes all types of gifts, and we would be happy to work with you or your financial advisor to maximize your tax benefits.
Life Income Gifts
Charitable gift annuities and charitable remainder trusts provide numerous financial benefits. You get an immediate income tax deduction and receive income for life or for a defined period of time. When the annuity or trust term ends, remaining assets support the College. Lead trusts ensure property or assets remain in your family, and agreed upon payments are made to the Foundation for a specific number of years or for a lifetime. Your gift reduces estate taxes and supports the future of John Tyler Community College and our students.
You can designate John Tyler Community College as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy. Life insurance gifts help support the College and can provide a tax deduction.
You can deed property or residences to John Tyler Community College for future income. With this type of gift, you retain the right to occupy your residence while receiving immediate income tax deductions.
Specific gifts of cash, property or a percentage of the remainder of your estate can be given to the Foundation through your will. These gifts, also known as “testamentary gifts,” can reduce inheritance taxes.
Retirement Plan Gifts
Remainder interest in IRA, tax-sheltering annuities, Keogh plans, self-employed plans, 401(k), 403(b) and other qualified pension and profit-sharing plans can be designated to provide generous income to loved ones and ultimately benefit the College at substantial tax savings.