Animal Aid and Rescue Foundation
When developing your estate plan, leaving money to charity rewards you in many ways. It gives you a sense of personal satisfaction, and it can save you money in transfer taxes. Remembering us in your will costs nothing now, yet it provides for the future of animals in our community. Leave a lasting legacy by naming AARF PA in your will for a specific amount, for a percentage or all of your estate, or for a portion of what is left after you have provided for your family.
By leaving money to AARF PA when you pass, your charitable gift may be deducted from the value of your taxable estate*.
* The federal government taxes transfers of wealth you make to others, both during your life and at your death. You may also be subject to state transfer taxes. Careful planning is needed to minimize transfer taxes, and charitable giving can play an important role in your estate plan.
It is important to consult the appropriate legal and financial advisers when considering charitable giving. Qualified advisers are absolutely critical to analyze your specific situation. The information presented here may be directly or indirectly based on generally accepted tax principles, which are subject to change. For this reason, independent legal and tax counsel is suggested.
AARF PA is not responsible for any mistakes, misleading statements and/or incorrect data.