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By establishing a planned gift at the Martin House Restoration Corporation, you support our mission and help ensure that future generations will experience our architectural treasure.  The Martin House’s program offers a variety of ways for you to leave a lasting legacy, while providing important tax and income benefits to you and your heirs.  Planned gifts may include:

  • Bequests in the form of cash, annuities or stock
  • Charitable Remainder Trusts
  • Deferred Gift Annuities
  • Certificates of Deposit
  • Real Estate
  • Life Insurance
  • Memorial Gifts
  • IRA Charitable Distributions:
    The American Taxpayer Relief Act extends valuable charitable giving breaks through year-end 2013, including tax-free IRA distributions.  If you're age 70½ or older, you can make a direct contribution from your IRA to the Martin House Restoration Corporation, a qualified charitable organization, without owing any income tax on the distribution.  The maximum allowable distribution for charitable contribution purposes is $100,000 per tax year. The contribution can also be used to satisfy a required minimum distribution.

The Martin House Restoration Corporation is pleased to work with your financial and legal advisors to devise a plan that best meets your goals. For more information, please contact our Executive Director at 716-856-3858.

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