Planned Giving 2019-07-03T09:54:32-05:00

PLANNED GIVING

Planned giving is sometimes referred to as “legacy giving.” It can be a way to support charities of your choice, including Be in Health®, that enables benevolent individuals to make large gifts, either during life or at death, in a tax-efficient manner. Some planned gifts provide life-long income to the donor. Other gift plans use other estate and tax planning to provide for both the charity and the donor’s heirs in ways that take advantage of tax laws to permit a donor to give generously to charity as well as make provision for his family.

The mission of Be in Health® is to establish generations of overcomers, so family is VERY important to us. Making a planned or legacy gift to Be in Health® can help assure that we will be able to help your future generations overcome just as you have. When we overcome, we have this to look forward to in Revelation 3:21.

“To him that overcometh will I grant to sit with me in my throne, even as I also overcame, and am set down with my Father in his throne.”

– Revelation 3:21 –

Be assured that you don’t have to know it all! However, it may be helpful to know whom to call. If you do not have a financial planner and an attorney who is skilled in estate planning, Be in Health® may be able to help. We have assembled a team of experts to whom we can refer you: attorneys, financial advisors, accountants, brokers, bankers and insurance agents.

We have some tools that may help you.

Download these free booklets for more information:

Planned Giving
Overview booklet

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Planning for the End
of Your Life booklet

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IMPORTANT NOTICE:

You should understand that neither Be In Health®, nor any of its ministries, provides tax, financial or legal advice, and the information on this web page and in the free booklets is not, and shall not be, interpreted as such advice.

The information provided is for general informational purposes, as well as to help you organize your thoughts, goals and objectives before you meet with a qualified attorney and a financial advisor to assist you in developing a charitable giving plan.