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Murphy, Thomas H. (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 84, Number 4 (May 1983)

Wolff, Barbara
Dandelion goes to the Kennedy Center,   pp. 24-[25]

Page [25]

The Creative Approach to Charitable Giving
New Pools Open on Campus!
       or more than 36 years, thie
       University of Wisconsin Foun-
       dation has provided creative
       programs for alumni and
friends who wish to respond to the
diverse needs of the University of
  Pooled income funds are one way
the Foundation offers Wisconsin alum-
ni the opportunity to make a substan-
tial gift for the benefit of the Universi-
ty while at the same time retaining
income from the gift for life.
  The Foundation now offers three
pooled income funds in order to better
address the different investment objec-
tives of Wisconsin alumni.
Fund A provides a balance between the
tax deduction obtained for making the gift,
and the income received from the pool
Fund B is structured to provide high yield
and a substantial tax deduction
Fund C provides growth in the unit value
and a substantial tax deduction
  In addition to eventually benefiting
the University, each fund offers
participants several advantages:
" immediate income tax deduction
" no capital gains tax on transfer of appre-
  ciated property
" increased spendable income if low yield
  securities are transferred
" income for two persons for life
" professional management of assets in
  the fund
  Pooled income funds are just one
example of how the Foundation
programs help expedite your charita-
ble and estate planning goals.
For more information contact:
Timothy A. Reilley, Vice President
University of Wisconsin Foundation
702 Langdon Street
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
*                   University of Wisconsin Foundation

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