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Give to yourself and Johns Hopkins

3 ways to give that also benefit you
Posted November 9, 2017

There are ways you can easily support Johns Hopkins, and some gifts even pay you back! Take advantage of tax and other benefits in 2017 with these opportunities: 

1.  Appreciated Securities – Tax advantages

Give appreciated securities and enjoy double benefits. Receive an immediate income tax deduction on the fair market value of the stock, and avoid capital gains tax.

How to make your gift Contact the Office of Gift Planning at 410-516-7954, 800-548-1268, or giftplanning@jhu.edu. Or visit our website at rising.jhu.edu/securities.

2.  Charitable Gift Annuity – Guaranteed income

A charitable gift annuity* provides guaranteed income to you or a loved one, an immediate income tax deduction for the value of your gift, partially tax-free income, and favorable treatment of capital gains, when you donate appreciated securities. Receive similar advantages with a charitable remainder trust.

How to make your gift To establish a Johns Hopkins charitable gift annuity or other life income gift, contact the Office of Gift Planning at 410-516-7954, 800-548-1268 or giftplanning@jhu.edu

3. IRA Gift – Easy and efficient

Individuals who are 70 ½ or older may transfer up to $100,000 a year directly from their traditional IRA to Johns Hopkins. The amount of the transfer will not be included in your taxable income, and the transferred amount can count toward your required minimum distribution.

How to make your gift Contact your IRA custodian and request that a distribution be made directly to Johns Hopkins. Provide your IRA custodian with our tax ID number, 52-0595110, and contact information below. Be sure to let the Office of Gift Planning know your gift is on the way and provide your full name, address, phone number, and the area of Johns Hopkins you wish to support. 

Johns Hopkins Office of Gift Planning
San Martin Center, 2nd Floor
3400 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21218
phone: 410-516-7954 or 800-548-1268
email: c-ira@jhu.edu
 
 
 *Seek advice from a tax professional before entering into a gift annuity.