Nic and Patty Kortland, members of the Legacy Society, decided it was important to them for children to be given the gift of an agricultural education for generations to come. 

Planned Giving- Leaving Your Legacy

How would you like your contributions to your family, your community, your agriculture career, to be remembered? In other words, what do you want to leave as your legacy? 

 

It is never easy to think about saying good-bye to loved ones, but it is easy to create a legacy that reflects your priorities, values, contributions, and passions.

 

You can make decisions today that will provide your family financial security, support your favorite organizations like Agriculture in the Classroom, honor your family’s heritage, and determine your agricultural legacy. 

 

AITC's Legacy Society consists of individuals who have passed, but have decided that their agricultural legacy should live on and benefit Virginia's children for generations to come.

 

Through a variety of Legacy Management tools and your situation you may be able to:

  • Provide long term financial security for loved ones.
  • Increase current income for you and your spouse.
  • Reduce taxes.
  • Associate your name with your favorite organizations or activities.
  • Make a difference in agriculture’s future.
  • Reduce the possibility of a contested estate.
  • Reduce probate expenses.
  • Eliminate capital gains and estate taxes.
  • Simplify your life and gain peace of mind.

A number of the following tools can be tailored to meet your needs and enhance your Legacy.

  • Wills
  • Living Trusts
  • Charitable Trusts
  • Gift Annuities
  • Life Insurance

…and more

 

Agriculture in the Classroom can help you design your legacy today so that you can fulfill your promises for tomorrow. Through our relationship with the Virginia Farm Bureau, we have access to an amazing group of experts who can help you maximize your assets to benefit you, your loved ones, and those you want to support. Our goal is to serve your needs and help you make the decisions that will leave a Legacy of Sharing and Caring that you will give you satisfaction and peace of mind.

 

Please contact AITC for more information or call 804-290-1034.

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