Gifts That Provide Income: Charitable Gift Annuity
A charitable gift annuity is a simple agreement between you and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.
The Type of Income You Receive
With an immediate payment annuity, your income payments begin right away. With a deferred gift annuity, your income payments begin at a future date that you specify. Because payments are deferred, you receive a higher annual income, which may be used as a source of guaranteed retirement income.A NewYork-Presbyterian gift annuity pays you and/or another beneficiary a fixed annual income for life. Part of your income may be tax-free, increasing the overall return to you, or taxed at the more favorable capital gains rate. Your annuity income payments are backed by the assets of NewYork-Presbyterian.
How it Works
- You make an irrevocable gift of cash or securities to NewYork-Presbyterian.
- You receive an income tax deduction and may save capital gains tax.
NYP pays a fixed amount each year to you or to anyone you name for life. Typically, a portion of these payments is tax-free.
- When the gift annuity ends, its remaining principal passes to NYP.
Current Charitable Gift Annuity Rates
Here is a sample of the current rates for single-life gift annuities:
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How You Can Save Taxes
When you establish an annuity, you are entitled to an immediate federal income tax deduction for a portion of your gift. Your deduction is based on the size of your contribution, the annuity payment rate and the age(s) of your income beneficiary(ies). With a deferred arrangement, you receive a higher immediate income tax deduction.
With a gift of appreciated property, you can amortize payments of long term capital gains taxes. You can also realize significant estate tax savings.
How You Can Establish A Gift Annuity
A gift annuity is established with an irrevocable gift of cash or marketable securities. The minimum contribution required is $10,000, and income beneficiaries for both immediate and deferred annuities must be at least 65 years old when payments begin. Your annuity is administered by BNY Mellon at no cost to you.
Note: As you consider any charitable gift plan, please consult with your tax or financial advisor to determine the tax/financial implications for you and your family. NewYork-Presbyterian does not provide legal or tax advice. This communication (including any attachments) is not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used, for the purpose of avoiding tax-related penalties.