What is a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD)?

Alejandro JimenezUncategorized

Reducing taxes in retirement is a powerful way to increase how long your money will last. A Qualified Charitable Distribution or QCD should be a standard part of your tax planning in retirement. Today in this video I want to share with you what you need to do to feel comfortable using a QCD.

You will learn…

  • What is a QCD?
  • What is it’s History?
  • What are the Benefits?
  • What are the Requirements?
  • Who is Eligible to use a QCD?

I will also share with you an EASY to understand example of how making donations through a QCD compare to making donations the traditional way. This is what I call the “$100 Example”.

Essentially we want to give you the ability to KICK THE IRS OUT OF YOUR RETIREMENT as much as possible. A QCD is one way to make that possible.

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