There are many ways to donate to TDCI.
When you give to The Dr. Ced Leadership Development Institute ("TDCI"), you enable us to sustain the organization and enhance the programs and support offered to the organizations, academia, aspiring and improving leaders. As a donor your gift is an investment in the current and future stability of TDCI and the greatest rewards are the personal satisfaction from making an investment in addressing a critcal need and the legacy of success that it your donation creates.
There are many ways to give to TDCI and the Office of Development
will proudly assist you in completing your investment.
The following are a few of the suggestions to invest in the future.
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Other Popular Giving Options Available at TDCI
The IRA rollover provision signed into law August 17, 2006, allows tax-free distributions from traditional IRAS to educational institutions. In summary the following restrictions apply:
- Donors must be 70.5 years of age
- Gifts up to $100,000 per year receive tax benefits
- All donations must be outright gifts
To learn more about how this new law can benefit you and TDCI, contact the Office of Development today!
(Checks, Money Orders, Bank Transfers, or Credit Card Payments) are the most popular method of making charitable gift. This gift will be posted and considered a gift to TDCI on the date it is delivered, received via mail (postmarked on the envelope); express services or any other recognizable method of delivering a donation to the organization. A contribution using a credit card will be recognized when the charge is made (See the appropriate section of this website to make a donation via credit card on line or they may be mailed to TDCI) These gifts are fully tax deductible as allowable by law.
Thousands of corporations and businesses participate in the matching gifts programs to match employee
gifts, either in whole or in part. This is an excellent method of giving and increasing the giving
opportunities to TDCI. In some cases, gifts from spouses, directors, and retired employees are matched.
TDCI urges you to explore the opportunity offered by your employer. Additional information and a link
to appropriate corporations are offered on this web-site. This method of giving is tax deducible as
allowable by law.
Contribution of long-term appreciated assets entitles you to a charitable contribution deduction equal to the fair market value of the assets, such as securities, at the time of the gift. In addition, you avoid capital gains tax on any appreciation of those securities. Gifts of appreciated assets are fully tax deductible up to the percentages allowable by law.
When making a gift of long-term appreciated assets, you save twice -- on income tax and on capital gains tax. You receive a charitable deduction for the full fair market value of the gift and you save the capital gains tax that would otherwise be due if you sold the appreciated asset.
Please consult your financial advisor.
Securities are considered a gift to TDCI on the date the certificate and stock power pass unconditionally from
your control (the postmark date if mailed or the date on which TDCIreceives an overnight delivery package)
or the date the securities are transferred directly to the TDCI brokerage account. To value the
securities, a mean price is calculated using the average of the high and low of the security on the day you
relinquish control to TDCI as per IRS guidelines.
Gifts of closely held stock exceeding $10,000 in value must have a fair market value placed on them by a qualified independent appraiser as required by the IRS for valuing gifts of non-publicly traded stock. An independent CPA who maintains the books for a closely held corporation is deemed to be qualified to provide a value for the stock of the corporation. Gifts of $10,000 or less may be valued at the per-share cash purchase price of the most recent transaction.
Real property may be donated to TDCI, either as a bequest or more commonly, by a lifetime transfer, and realize significant tax benefits. TDCI will review gifts of property on a case-by-case basis. Gifts of real property may consist of almost any type of property such as personal or recreational residence, a farm or ranch, a commercial building, subdivision lots or any undeveloped parcel of land. The gift may be for all of your interest in the property or an undivided fractional interest.
Individual charitable goals and financial needs determine which of the following methods of giving real property is most appropriate for your situation.
Property may be transferred to TDCI and it is subsequently sold unless there is a special reason for holding the particular parcel of real property.
Real property may be transferred to a trust where it is sold by the trustee. The income is paid to you and/or other named beneficiaries. The income paid to the beneficiaries for life depends on the net proceeds realized on the sale of the real property in combination with a previously agreed upon rate of return. At the death of the last of the life beneficiaries, the assets of the trust pass to the University.
Limited situations, ownership of the real property may be transferred to TDCI, but you may retain the right to live
on the property for your lifetime. You receive an income tax charitable contribution deduction for the present value
of the remainder interest of the gift. Upon the death of the "life tenant," the property may be sold or used by
TDCI archives are enriched by gifts of personal property such as rare books, manuscripts, paintings,
artifacts and other art objects. Our programs and offerings are also enriched by contributions of computer
hardware and software. Making a gift using personal property provides a double benefit –
a charitable deduction plus avoidance of any potential capital-gain tax. The amount of the deduction depends
on the “related use” of the property by TDCI.
The Dr. Ced Leadership Development Institute, Inc.
3416 Enterprise Dr, #616
Rowlett, TX 75088
972-496-7033 main office