Your Giving Fund can continue for years—even generations—and provide for a future of generosity. This charitable giving planning tool shows how much more you could possibly give to charity through potential tax savings and growth of your contributions over time.
Giving directly to a Charity
A Giving Fund
- Total contributions 10,000
- Fund growth over time 6,000
- Administrative fees 6,000
- Total giving power 15,847
- Amount granted to charities
- Remaining Giving Fund balance
- Plus, you may receive a tax benefit.
- Contribute appreciated securities instead of cash and you may save 0 in capital gains tax.
Fine-Tune Your Giving Goal
Charitable deductions are subject to Internal Revenue Code limitations, based generally on your adjusted gross income and the character of any securities you contribute to your Giving Fund. There may also be state and local tax benefits to making contributions, but the content provided here relates to taxation at the federal level only. Availability of certain federal income tax deductions may depend on whether you itemize deductions. Charitable contributions of capital gain property held for more than one year are usually deductible at fair market value. Deductions for capital gain property held for one year or less are usually limited to cost basis.
Contributions to the Giving Fund are irrevocable. All recommendations from donors are subject to review and approval by TIAA Charitable.
TIAA Charitable does not provide tax advice. Taxpayers should seek advice based on their own particular circumstances from an independent tax advisor.
TIAA Charitable is the brand name for an independent public charity that maintains a donor-advised fund program. The TIAA name is a registered mark of Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America and is used by TIAA Charitable pursuant to a license.
TIAA Charitable, Inc. has been recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax-exempt public charity under Sections 501(c)(3) and 170(b)(1)(A)(vi) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”).