The gift of financial assets, often in the form of appreciated stock or mutual fund shares, is a valuable way to contribute to Junior Achievement.
Giving appreciated stock could be more tax advantageous to you than giving cash, and you may be able to receive a deduction for the fair market value of the stock (please consult with a qualified tax professional before making a gift). The gift of financial securities can be used to fund a legacy gift to support Junior Achievement. As an alternative, you can include Junior Achievement as the beneficiary of the stocks or gift them through a bequest in your estate. As always, please consult with your tax advisor before making a gift as each gift is independent to your individual tax situation.
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