Gifts from a retirement plan allow donors to name Wellesley as the beneficiary of all or a portion of their IRA, 401(k), or other retirement accounts
- Distributions from retirement accounts to surviving family members can be subject to income and estate taxes. Retirement plan gifts to Wellesley remove the most-taxed asset from your estate, freeing up other, more favorably taxed assets to give to family and heirs.
- You have the reassurance that you can continue to take withdrawals from your plan during your lifetime, and can change your designation if your circumstances change.
If you have celebrated your 50th reunion or will do so in the next five years, you can receive gift credit for your documented bequest intention. Learn more >
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