An estate planning attorney can ensure that your financial and estate plans reflect your wishes and create the legacy that you want.
For more than 40 years, Andrew L. Warshaw, MD, and his wife, Brenda Warshaw, RN, have given to Mass General, including through a bequest in their will to help advance health care for years to come.
Robert and Judith Doesschate’s bequest to Mass General advances pancreatic cancer research and honors Robert’s mother who died from the disease.
Talking to your family during the estate planning process is the best way to ensure your intentions are honored and understood.
With a new administration and Congress in place, we begin to anticipate changes in the tax structure that may affect charitable giving.
Ruth and Charlie Michaelson added a bequest in their living revocable trust to show their gratitude to Mass General.
Learn how you can give to charity and enjoy tax benefits as a result of the recent federal economic stimulus legislation.
Brian Cashin’s bequest to Mass General to support the MGH Fund will help improve health care for generations to come.
No estate plan is complete without information to access your digital accounts. Learn more about digital estate planning.
By giving appreciated securities to Mass General, you can avoid capital gains taxes and take a charitable tax deduction in the year of your gift.