Charitable Gift Annuities

Definition:

Charitable gift annuities (CGAs) are one of the simplest and most popular forms of life income gifts. It involves a simple agreement whereby the charity accepts a gift of cash, securities, or property and agrees to pay a specified, fixed dollar amount to the annuitant (the donor or another beneficiary).

The fixed amount is set by the American Council on Gift Annuities and is based on the annuitant's age. Because the gift is irrevocable, the charity maintains control of the gift and becomes responsible for paying income for the lifetime of each annuitant.

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