You may be able to reduce or eliminate federal and state estate taxes by including a gift to Clark in your estate plan. Gifts that come to Clark upon your death allow you to leave a significant legacy without parting with assets during your lifetime. Follow in the footsteps of Clark’s first benefactor, Jonas Clark, by helping to further the University’s reputation as an educational leader and supporting the students and faculty who challenge convention — and change our world.
Such gifts may be made through:
- Tax-deferred retirement accounts: These gifts are easy to set up — and are often the most tax-savvy way for you and your heirs to make an estate plan gift
- A bequest in your will or trust This allows you to leave a fixed dollar amount, a percentage of your estate, your entire estate or the residuary of your estate to Clark
- Life insurance policy: Making Clark the beneficiary of your life insurance policy is simple and easy
- Beneficiary designations on your donor advised fund or bank accounts