Do you ever dream about saving the world — or at least, improving your little slice of it? I think many (hopefully, most) of us do, on some level or another. The popularity of superhero movies seems to bear that out.
Whatever the reason, you’re not alone. You’re also not alone if your dreams have yet to become reality: Setting the wheels of change in motion is often no easy task.
Maybe it’s because you lack the time to volunteer. Perhaps you don’t quite have the cash flow to make the kind of difference you want to see. Or maybe it’s because you just don’t know where—or how—to start.
Well, we’ve got good news. It’s not too late to make a difference—perhaps a much bigger one than you thought possible—if you have a will.
That’s because you can leave your favorite nonprofit a gift through your will, called a “charitable bequest.” It’s a financial tool used for what nonprofits call “planned giving,” which also includes things like gifts of life insurance, retirement plans, and more.
A planned gift is very easy to set up. And many planned gifts offer fantastic tax benefits for you and your heirs. But perhaps the greatest benefit of a planned gift is that it won’t affect your day-to-day cash flow—meaning you can have peace of mind about making the kind of impact that will continue to support your favorite nonprofit far into the future.
But you can’t make a planned gift without a will—an important legal document you should have anyway, to protect your loved ones and your hard-earned assets when you’re gone.
While it’s best to create a will with the help of a lawyer, we do have a solution that can help you create a simple, fully legal will online — or at least help you get started before visiting an estate attorney.
It’s called the LegacyPlanner™. It’s a secure, convenient, simple, and FREE way to get your affairs in order—all from the comfort of your own home. It’s your chance to be a superhero and save the world — and you don’t need Bruce Wayne’s* bank account or Batman’s gadgets.
Ready to learn more? Contact us for details, or visit LegacyPlanner™ to get started on your legacy today.