Through various types of bequests to The Legion, you may secure a charitable estate-tax deduction for the value of the gift. Best of all, you will know that your generosity will support our mission for years to come.
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Q: I've thought about including the American Legion Post #1 in my will, but will my small gift really make a difference?
A: Every bequest makes a difference and is essential to our ability to help future generations of veterans and their families. Whatever you can give is greatly appreciated.
Q: I really don't feel like I can commit. What if I need to change my plans?
A: We understand that circumstances change. One of the benefits of making a legacy gift with a bequest is that you can change your beneficiaries at any time. You can also name the American Legion Post #1 a contingent beneficiary, meaning that a gift will come to us only if your loved ones don�t need it.
Q: I created a will a few years ago. I don't need to do anything more do I?
A: A significant new tax law was enacted at the beginning of 2011, and state laws change from time to time, too. It�s a good idea to periodically review your plans. Changes in your life such as a birth, death, divorce, or move to a new state of residence are also triggers that suggest a review of your plans is in order.
Q: Can I support the American Legion Post #1 and also provide for my loved ones?
A: Absolutely. There are different types of bequests that can protect your loved ones and leave a legacy for America�s heroes.
Q: What should I do next?
A: If you decide to include the American Legion Post #1 as a beneficiary, please contact the American Legion Post #1 Commander at the following address or phone number.
LCW Post 1
5400 E Yale Av
Denver, CO 80222
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