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Help future generations know the riches of the Catholic faith
In our increasingly secularised world, the need for CTS publications has never been greater.
Your legacy to CTS will help us to continue our mission to:
You will be ensuring in a very real way that the faith which has sustained you will be known by generations to come.
Practical advice on leaving a legacy
If you have not yet made a Will, you cannot be sure where your estate will go, and it may not be distributed in accordance with your wishes. No charity supported by you would be able to benefit.
The generous act of leaving a legacy to a charity such as CTS can also reduce your estate’s liability to inheritance tax, because, as long as certain conditions are met, gifts to charities are exempt from inheritance tax, regardless of the amount.
Three ways to leave a legacy
There are three main types of legacy which you can make to charities such as CTS – your solicitor can advise you which one is best for you.
Making a Will is not expensive, and you are advised to make use of the services of a solicitor. Alternatively, theCharities Aid Foundation (CAF) can also help you set up and manage your legacy quickly, simply and safely:visit www.cafonline.org .
What if I've already made my Will?
If you would like to make a legacy gift to CTS, you do not have to rewrite your Will.Your solicitor can help you draft a codicil; this is a simple, separate document which can add, cancel or change things in your existing Will.
Making a Legacy Pledge to CTS
CTS understands that your legacy intention is a personal matter, which you may wish to keep confidential. However, to enable us to plan for the future, it would be helpful to know whether you intend to remember us in your Will or if you have already done so.
We are aware that your circumstances may change and so the details you give us will in no way obligate you, they are purely for our records. We hold all information in strict confidence and will never share it with other charities or organisations.
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