Senior Living | February 19, 2018
If you would like to remember Christian Living Communities in your estate plans, but don’t have other reasons to update your will or living trust, there might be another option—a Beneficiary Designation.
People choose beneficiaries for their IRAs, life insurance policies, and company retirement plans. If appropriate, you can also name CLC as one of your beneficiaries.
The process is quick and easy. You simply obtain a Beneficiary Change form from your IRA custodian, life insurance provider or HR Department—it’s often a one-page document and it might be available online. After you choose the percentages you would like to give to CLC and others, you simply complete and return the form and your gift will be in place.
And, if you do remember CLC with a gift, please let us know. We would love to welcome you as a member of the Compassion Circle.
If you have any questions about beneficiary options or any estate gift to Christian Living Communities, please contact Olivia Mayer at OMayer@clcmail.org or 720-974-3675. All inquiries will be held in strict confidence.
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