Gifts Through Retirement Plan Beneficiary Designations
Naming National Mill Dog Rescue as the beneficiary of all or a portion of your retirement plan is a simple and smart way to help puppy mill dogs.
Retirement plan assets are among the best assets to use for charitable gifts. You can create a legacy by naming National Mill Dog Rescue as beneficiary or contingent beneficiary of an IRA, 401(k), 403(b), Keogh account, or other qualified retirement plan. Upon your death, all, or a portion of the unused balance in your account, is transferred to National Mill Dog Rescue.
When a retirement account is left to a charity, the organization does not pay the income tax (or, if applicable, estate taxes) that might otherwise be due if left to an individual beneficiary.
Making a gift requires merely completing a change of beneficiary form, which may be obtained from your plan administrator. Here is the information you need to name National Mill Dog Rescue as your beneficiary:
National Mill Dog Rescue
13030 Herring Rd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80908
Tax ID # 26-0574783