Give Your Home?

Keith, John T.
August 2005
Indiana Business Magazine;Aug2005, Vol. 49 Issue 8, p55
Discusses the benefit of contributing the real estate to charity in the U.S. Value of the charity's future benefit; Type of charitable remainder trust; Capability of maximizing the support to charity.


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