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Frequently Asked Questions
The Clinton Foundation Development team stands ready to assist you in making a gift or to answer any questions you may have. Please contact us by calling 646.778.5179 or at [email protected].
Your tax benefits will depend on several factors, including the type of gift, whether it is outright or deferred, or has any income payments. In general, here are some guidelines:
Outright gifts generate a charitable deduction generally based on their fair market value, less the fair market value of any goods/services received (e.g., the value of a meal at a fundraising event.) Bequests do not generate current income tax deductions.
Similarly, life insurance distributions are not tax deductible. If you have made the Foundation the irrevocable owner and beneficiary of a policy during your lifetime, however, you may deduct annual gifts that offset premium payments.
The charitable deduction for a gift that returns income to you, such as a charitable remainder trust, is based on the fair market value of the gift asset minus the present value of the income interest you retain.
Because many Legacy Gifts involve complex instruments and tax issues, the Clinton Foundation advises donors to consult with their own legal and/or financial advisors before making a Legacy Gift to the Foundation.
You have the option of making a gift that provides income to you, your spouse or other individuals, such as a charitable remainder unitrust or annuity trust.
No, this is the donor’s responsibility and the IRS has strict guidelines on assessing value and securing an appraisal.
Your Legacy Gift is a significant addition to our long-term financial stability and our ability to meet the challenges and opportunities the future will bring. However, our ongoing efforts are supported through annual outright gifts, and we appreciate and encourage any annual support you may consider.
Yes. The Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. The federal tax identification number is 31-1580204.
The Clinton Foundation will not serve as executor for any estate due to the potential for conflicts of interest.
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