Using Your Business to Further Ministry

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The biggest mistake you can make when selling your business is to sell first, then give a gift.

If you are considering selling your business, we can help you reduce your tax liabilities and support ministry—while still providing for your financial needs.

Benefits of a Business Gift

  • Receive a charitable deduction for the asset you give to charity in the year in which you give the asset
  • Avoid capital gains taxation on the portion gifted to charity when the asset sells
  • Give more to charity

When a business is sold it may incur significant tax consequences. Giving a portion of your business ahead of the sale can result in a major tax benefit.

Contact us and we would be happy to assist you and answer your questions about making a gift of a business interest prior to the sale of your business.

Use Your Business to Make a Kingdom Impact

If you’re a business owner looking to sell your business or use it to make a kingdom impact, Join Focus on the Family and The National Christian Foundation as we discuss how to advance ministry by repurposing tax dollars.


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