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Planned Giving

Welcome to Palmer College planned giving
Thank you for your interest in planned giving for Palmer College of Chiropractic. Our goal is to provide a service for you and your family which includes useful information on estate planning. We have an increasing number of Palmer alumni and friends who now are benefiting from life income gifts, gift annuities and other planned gifts. Please take some time to peruse our website and explore the many different tools for and benefits of gift planning.
Donor Stories - Endowed Scholarship Bequest to Assist Students
Endowed Scholarship Bequest to Assist Students
Establishing a scholarship fund in memory of my husband, was the least I could do to express my gratitude....
Personal Planner - Family Limited Partnerships
Family Limited Partnerships
A family limited partnership (FLP) is usually created by a husband and wife. It has several purposes. An FLP can save estate taxes and permit transfers to family members. While it is uncertain what...
Washington News - Obama and Biden 2013 Tax Returns
Obama and Biden 2013 Tax Returns
Each year President Barack Obama and Vice-President Joe Biden release their tax returns. Both have done so for year 2013. In 2013 President Barack and Michelle Obama had adjusted gross income of $481,098. This was lower by approximately 20% from the prior year due to reduced royalties from the sale of books written by the President. Most of their income came from his $394,796 salary as President. The Obamas filed as a married couple with two added exemptions for daughters Malia and Natasha. Because the book income qualifies as self-employment earnings, the President was able to reduce taxes by funding a Simplified Employee Pension (SEP) with $20,681. The Obamas itemized deductions were $147,769. The largest itemized deduction was for charitable gifts of $59,251. The major gifts by President and Mrs....