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Using IRAs to fund charitable causes | podcast

1 month ago · 30 min listen

Clients who have large IRAs and are charitably inclined may benefit from making a qualified charitable distribution (QCD) or naming a charity as the beneficiary of their IRA. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, JG Gassman, CPA/PFS, and Rick Peck, ChFC, discuss how to approach these opportunities with clients. They share:

  • What QCDs are, how they work, and the tax benefits

  • The clients who are best suited to use this strategy

  • The options for setting up endowments or scholarship funds with a QCD

  • Tips for making QCD and beneficiary designations seamless with charities

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