Other Ways to Give
If you are age 59½ or older and have accumulated a surplus in your IRA account—more than you will need for retirement—you can withdraw any amount from your IRA and gift those funds to any public charity and receive a charitable deduction of the entire amount of the gift.
Taylor accepts charitable gifts of stock. This may be a cost-effective way to make a gift of stock, owned for more than a year, receiving a fair market value charitable deduction and avoiding capital gains taxes.
Business owners can gift stock and/or units from their business and receive a full income tax deduction for the gift and then gift the tax savings.
Other Non-cash Assets
Non-Cash assets such as real estate, closely-held small business interests, paid up insurance policies, or other marketable assets.
Giving appreciated cryptocurrency may provide a tax deduction equal to the fair market value (as determined by a qualified appraisal) and avoid the capital gains tax if you were to sell the asset.
For questions or assistance, contact:
Gifts of Cash or Securities: Laura Key, Director of Advancement Services
Gifts of All Other Non-Cash Assets: Mike Falder, Vice President for Advancement
Taylor University does not provide legal, tax, or financial advice. We urge you to seek the advice of your own legal, tax, or financial professionals as you consider your charitable gift.