Charitable Planning with Art and Other Collectibles

Presenter: Ramsay Slugg
 
For your donors, art is an asset of passion and a challenge to manage in estate and financial plans. How can you translate the energy of collecting into the satisfaction of philanthropic impact? Ramsay Slugg gives you the information you need to help donors use their most cherished possessions to benefit their most cherished causes.
 
What you'll learn:
•    How to work with appraisers to determine the value of a work of art or a collection.
•    How to navigate the complex options and processes for donating art during the donor's life, and simpler procedures for donating at death.
•    How to avoid 'nightmares at the museum' that can disrupt gifts of art.
 
Ramsay Slugg is a managing director in the US Trust national wealth planning solutions team, focusing on philanthropic planning, and the head of art planning services for U.S. Trust. Previously, he was the national practice manager for Bank of America's philanthropic solutions group.  He is a licensed attorney, and the author of the Handbook of Practical Planning for Art Collectors and Their Advisors, published by the American Bar Association.
 
 
 
 
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