Incorporating ROCO into your planned giving is a great way to leave a legacy and support the future of classical music.
How do I benefit from a planned gift?
A planned gift may enable you to make a much more significant impact on your future and the future of loved ones than you may have thought possible. It can save you and your heirs taxes while creating opportunities to support your favorite art form in a very impactful way.
How does ROCO benefit from a planned gift?
Your gift can make a significant impact on ROCO now and/or in the future. You also have the option to direct your support to a specific area of ROCO, such as a musician chair or commissioning projects.
What is the most common form of planned giving to ROCO?
The most common planned gifts are designating ROCO as beneficiary in your retirement plan or life insurance policy and making a simple bequest in your will.
How do my family and other loved ones benefit?
A planned gift may create potential savings on capital gains taxes and/or estate taxes, lessening the financial burden on your family and loved ones. The potential assets you contribute to ROCO may reduce your tax liability because they would
no longer be in your estate.
What is the suggested wording for a bequest?
“I give, devise and bequeath to ROCO, Inc. [the sum of $_____] or [____% of the residue of my estate].”
Click HERE to see our brochure about the Legacy Society.
If you are interested in joining the Legacy Society, please contact Development Director, Paige Myrick at [email protected] or by calling 713-655-2700 ext. 3.