bequest


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(law) a gift of personal property by will

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If, like Keith Kramer, you would like to find a balance between taking care of your loved ones and helping the veterans you are so passionate about, a bequest to DAV might be the philanthropic answer you are looking for.
Previous recipients of Marten Bequest travelling scholarships include celebrated author Tim Winton, and acclaimed visual artist Wendy Sharpe.
One example in New York City is the $138 million bequest to Long Island College Hospital (LICH) in Brooklyn by Donald and Mildred Othmer.
But retirees face another legitimate financial planning risk: the risk of failing to achieve one's legacy goals, or the bequest risk.
The Jane Bibber Bequest has fueled one branch's local activism for many years.
Robert's murder, his mysterious wealth, and his inexplicable bequest make Nicole a target for the police, the paparazzi, and the killer.
5 per cent of the 58 per cent of Australians with a will planning to leave a charitable bequest (ACOSS 2005).
102(a) states that gross income shall not include the value of property acquired by gift, bequest, devise or inheritance (a "gratuitous transfer").
Absent any insurability risk, it would therefore appear to be optimal to purchase life insurance contracts later in life, when bequest needs are better known.
Carter Bequest Hospital currently houses 140 community hospital beds, mainly used for rehabilitation following such events as strokes.
I am very happy to announce the creation of a special level of recognition within the AMS for those who have made a bequest to the Society in their will.
The bequest from Richard John Goodman will run into six figures, of which we have just received the first tranche.
Often bequests and donations will have specific criteria attached to them--eg a will may specify the bequest only go toward emergency grants.