Once you have taken care of your loved ones in your will, you may wish to leave a legacy to Langdon, ensuring we will be able to continue our much-needed work for many years to come.
Bequests and legacies are the greatest source of security for our charity. By including Langdon in your will you can play a vital role in ensuring the future generations at Langdon are supported to lead a full and independent life.
When a legacy is left to Langdon the gift is totally tax-free, regardless of the amount. What’s more, the value of the gift is deducted from the total gross value of the estate, which may reduce the amount on which tax is payable. There are many different types of legacy and you should, of course, take legal advice when preparing your will.
Today we are a lifeline for vulnerable people with learning disabilities. We need to prepare for tomorrow.
Langdon supports the Jewish Legacy campaign, which is a cross communal initiative made up of 39 Jewish Charities, all of whom are committed to increasing awareness about the importance of leaving a charitable legacy. Whilst 80% of the community give to charity while alive, only 1 in 4 people currently leave a charitable legacy in their Will.
• Pecuniary: A fixed sum of money, property or other specific gift, which is made explicit at the time of writing a will.
• Residuary: The residue of an estate or percentage of the residue, which is everything remaining after all debts, expenses and legacies have been paid.
• Reversionary: Langdon will not inherit until after the death of another person who has the benefit of the estate during their lifetime. This ensures that the needs of the testator’s family are protected first and foremost.
• Specific: A gift of goods, such as property or shares, that is made explicit at the time of writing a will.
For more information about how to make a will or change your exsisting one please contact Sara.