How to Give Property to Children and Heirs - Estate Planning Awareness Month
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The Office of Gift Planning at MUSC has designated the month of May as Estate Planning Awareness Month on campus. Every Tuesday and Thursday in May, we'll send out a Broadcast Message with a different topic to help you learn about planning and updating your estate plan.
How to Give Property to Children and Heirs
Parents have a number of reasons for making gifts to children. First, a parent should have sufficient resources for retirement and for long-term care needs before making substantial gifts. Once you have acquired a reasonable level of security, you might consider making gifts to children.
There are seven different ways that gifts can be made to children:
Many questions arise when we consider the options for giving to children. Why should we give? When, what and how should we give? Will gifts impact the self-esteem and initiative of the child? Can a gift plan transfer values to children?
These are all very important questions. Clearly there are better ways to give and a prudent parent will consider carefully the manner, nature and amount of gifts.
To read more details about each of the seven different ways that gifts can be made to children or heirs, click here: bit.ly/18sar3t
Click here to read Seven Questions on Gifts to Children, as well as view a short video: http://bit.ly/109nqUd
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