Proper planning will allow you to provide for charity in your estate plan.
You are a giver.
You love to serve others with your time and finances.
Will this end when you die?
According to a recent Tap Into Montville article titled “Former Butler Resident Bequeathed $1.2 Million to Chilton Medical Center,” Emil Simonetti provides a great example of giving back even after one is gone.
One of his philanthropic passions was health care.
He served on two boards at Chilton Medical Center.
Although he was not a doctor, he used his financial prowess to help make wise decisions for Chilton.
This did not stop when he died.
Simonetti left Chilton Medical Center with $1.2 million for the emergency center.
His gift will provide needed equipment and advancements to help Chilton serve more people in the community for years to come.
Remember: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” When making your financial, tax and estate plans, do not go it alone. Be sure to engage competent professional counsel.
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Reference: Tap Into Montville (October 18, 2017) “Former Butler Resident Bequeathed $1.2 Million to Chilton Medical Center”