Planned Giving Resources
Thank you for your interest in Remnant Publications, Inc., and especially in estate planning. Estate planning may not be at the top of your agenda when making future plans, but it should be. While estate planning isn't the most enjoyable conversation to have, it is crucial to decide how you will distribute your possessions once you pass away. Interestingly, over the past year, there has been an increase in young individuals preparing their estates, which is understandable.
Please let me know if you have questions or if I may be of assistance to you. I look forward to serving you.
Director of Development and Planned Giving
Remnant Publications, Inc.
649 E. Chicago Road
Coldwater, MI 49036
Planning Your Gifts
Why Estate Planning is Important:
The structuring of your financial and personal affairs to prepare for the potential of death or mental incapacity protects your beneficiaries, especially any minor children, is known as estate planning.
By creating an estate plan, you may make sure that your assets are transferred to the people you choose, not the ones who are given priority under state law.
By utilizing methods that reduce estate taxes, you can keep your assets at their current value.
- You can spare your family and loved ones from financial strain and conflicts by leaving precise instructions after your departure.
Estate planning does not need to be a long, overwhelming process. We have the tools to help you through the steps necessary in creating a plan that works well for you and your heirs.
Finally, here are some Bible principles on estate planning that you might find interesting.
All things belong to God.
We are accountable to those who depend on us.
All acts of generosity are driven by love.
Money is never more essential than people.
A steward must be recognized as being faithful.