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Northern Ohio Live Magazine Join WKSU's Legacy Circle Today!

Play a vital role in the future of WKSU-FM when you become a part of the Legacy Circle and designate a gift that will keep on giving for generations to come.

WKSU's Legacy Circle was created to acknowledge the generous donors whose estate plans benefit the station and the programming enjoyed by all listeners in Northeast and Northcentral Ohio. You may want to explore the following giving ideas, some of which offer immediate tax savings, guaranteed lifetime income, reduced capital gains taxes, and reduced estate taxes:

  • Gift Through Your Will or Trust
  • Life Income Gifts
  • Charitable Gift Annuities
  • Charitable Trusts
  • Life Estate Gifts

Such gifts can be funded with cash, real estate, appreciated securities, individual sheltered retirement assets, and others.

For more information on how you can leverage a planed gift that helps you and WKSU, use the following link to the Kent State University Foundation's Center for Gift and Estate Planning which partners with WKSU in helping you realize your dream:

This is not intended as tax or legal advice. For advice and assistance in specific cases, the services of an attorney or other professional advisor should be obtained.


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