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Friday, May 15, 2020

How Can I Transfer My Assets to Charity When I Die?


Texans give generously to others during life and through their estates when they die. If you want to support charities as part of your estate plan, you have several options. The best choice will depend on several factors, like the type of asset that you wish to leave to the charity. One or more of the possible options will likely be a good fit for your wishes and circumstances. A Read more . . .


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