As you plan for your future, don’t forget about charities that can help save your life and the lives of many others. The holiday season is a good time to remember these dedicated non-profit organizations. It is also a good time to consider ways to benefit these charities after you are gone through effective Estate Planning.
The Importance of Your Heart
The heart is a leading factor in the cause of American deaths, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Our nation’s citizens are dying from heart disease, which is the number one killer, and Cerebrovascular diseases (including strokes), which are number four.
The American Heart Association promotes efforts to save lives from heart problems. Donations and long-term gifts support education, research, efforts to advocate for better health and reach out to populations at the greatest risk, as well as improved patient care.
The Importance of Giving to Charities through Estate Planning
Unsworth LaPlante, PLLC in Vermont recognizes the value of this and other such charitable organizations. If you desire, we can help you establish appropriate charitable benefits through your Estate Planning. These plans help manage your wealth while you’re alive and distribute it according to your wishes after your death.
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