S. Renee Brida, JD Senior Associate and Lawyer (Western Division)
James E. Connell and Associates a consulting service dedicated to building endowments for America's nonprofit organizations using charitable estate and gift planning techniques celebrates its 30th year of servicing clients in 2020.
Our success is directly related to the ability to structure and implement a diverse range of giving options for clients who choose us to assist their donors with charitable giving plans.
Demographic changes in America are creating an unparalleled opportunity for organizations to gain significant gifts by using charitable gift and estate planning techniques.
An estimated 10,400 Americans will turn 65 years old each day this year (2020). This group represents the 10th year of 19 years of “Baby Boomers” turning age 65. Also, over 10,000 will make it to ange 70 1/2 which makes them eligible to do a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) from their IRA accounts when the Mandatory Required Distribution state for retirement plans has been increased to the age 72 under the recently passed SECURE Act.
By 2027 $8.8 trillion will have transferred from estates to beneficiaries, which may include charitable bequests. Now is the time for your chaity to garner a portion of this transfer using bequests and life income agreements.
James E. Connell and Associates maintain an active National Board of Advisors composed of attorneys, financial advisors, insurance agents, trust officers and fund raising professionals skilled in charitable gift development. The advisor network is available to clients to facilitate the cultivation, solicitation and development of charitable estate planning gifts. Connell & Associates is a member of the following organizations, click on the logo for more information.
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