Will or Living Trust
The term "charitable bequest" is used to describe anything you give or leave to charity from your estate through a will or a revocable inter vivos (living) trust. An "estate" is any property, money or personal belongings that you may have at the time of your death. Most people leave an estate when they die, even though they may not have a great deal of wealth. Even an individual with a small estate can arrange to leave a charitable bequest.
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