HPPR hosts & contributors
After over 32 years of service to the High Plains, there's now a whole generation of "backseat listeners" who grew up listening to HPPR from their childhood car seats and now continue to have public radio as part of their life. Making a planned gift to HPPR will ensure that public radio continues to be part of the quality of life in your community and across the High Plains for generations to come.
Your bequest can leave your community a legacy of in-depth news and information, timeless music, intelligent discussion, civil dialogue, and curious inquiry about the wider world. And it will be a legacy that reaches residents at home, at work, on the road and in the fields, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for years to come.
If you'd like to discuss planned giving to HPPR, please contact Deb Oyler, Executive Director, at 800-678-7444 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She'd be happy to talk with you, or with your attorney or financial advisor. There are many opportunities for designating your planned gift in a way that will leave a lasting legacy of public radio service to your community and the High Plains region. Possibilities include:
- Signal service to your community
- Awareness of public radio in your community
- Regionally focused programming
- National programming acquisition
- Web service from the High Plains to the world
- Greatest needs of the future through the Board Designated Reserve Fund
- Perpetual support of general operations through HPPR's Permanent Endowment
We'd also be happy to discuss other areas of needed support that may be special interest to you. If you are making your will, setting up a trust or drafting any sort of beneficiary arrangement, please reference the following language to identify HPPR as a recipient: Kanza Society, Inc. doing business as High Plains Public Radio, a Kansas Non-Profit Corporation with offices currently located at 210 N. 7th Street, Garden City, KS and 104 SW 6th Avenue, Suite B-4, Amarillo, TX 79101. Federal Tax ID # 48-0859735.
There are many ways to make a planned gift to HPPR. The table below summarizes a range of possibilities that may be appropriate for you, depending on your preferences and circumstances. All of them offer significant tax benefits to you while providing significant support to HPPR. You'll want to discuss what's best for you and your situation with your attorney, accountant or financial advisor, including the exact tax benefits. You can also contact Deb Oyler, HPPR's Executive Director, at 800-678-7444 or email@example.com for help in finding the assistance you need.
If your goal is to …you can …with these benefits …Avoid capital gains taxes now on the sale of appreciated securities or property.Contribute the securities or property to HPPR.Avoid the capital gains tax and receive a charitable income tax deduction.Defer a gift until after your lifetime.Make a bequest in your will to HPPR of cash, specific property, or a share of the residue of your estate.Fully exempt the value of the bequest from federal estate tax.Make a large gift at little current cost.Donate a life insurance policy to HPPR that you no longer need for family or business security or make HPPR the policy’s beneficiary.Receive tax deductions for donating a policy or avoid future estate taxes by making HPPR the beneficiary.Avoid the twofold taxation on IRA or other retirement plan assets.Arrange a retirement plan death benefit so that assets remaining in an IRA or other qualified plan after your lifetime are left to HPPR.HPPR receives the remaining assets of the retirement plan tax-free and members of your family can be left other assets that carry less tax liability.Receive a guaranteed fixed income that is partially tax-free.Create an immediate charitable gift annuity or a deferred charitable gift annuity.Receive an immediate income tax deduction, avoid potential capital gains taxes and future estate taxes, and secure a stable source of income for life that is partially tax free.Secure a fixed life income that avoids market risks while helping HPPR in the future.Create a charitable remainder annuity trust that pays a set income to you or family members for life with the assets going to HPPR at the trust's conclusion.Receive tax benefits and potentially boost the rate of return for your fixed income.Provide a life income with a hedge against inflation over the long term.Create a charitable remainder unitrust that pays a variable income to you or family members for life with the assets going to HPPR at the trust's conclusion.Receive tax benefits and a variable income for life, which can increase if the assets appreciate.Donate your personal residence or farm, but retain its use for your lifetime.Arrange a retained life estate contract, which transfers the title to your home, second home or farm to HPPR while you retain the right to use the property.Receive a charitable tax deduction equal to the property's fair market value while keeping the right to use the property for your lifetime.Provide HPPR with income for a period of years but retain assets for yourself or your heirs.Create a charitable lead trust that pays a fixed or variable income to HPPR for a set term and then passes the income to heirs.Transfer assets to heirs at significantly reduced gift and estate tax costs.