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Planned Giving

Welcome to Palmer College planned giving
Thank you for your interest in planned giving for Palmer College of Chiropractic. Our goal is to provide a service for you and your family which includes useful information on estate planning. We have an increasing number of Palmer alumni and friends who now are benefiting from life income gifts, gift annuities and other planned gifts. Please take some time to peruse our website and explore the many different tools for and benefits of gift planning.
Donor Stories - Deferred Gift Annuity
Deferred Gift Annuity
My experiences with chiropractic and Palmer College started very early in life since my father was a 1937 Palmer graduate....
Personal Planner - Family Business Bailouts
Family Business Bailouts
Joe and June started Children's Clothing Company 30 years ago. They are now both age 65 and are interested in retiring. Their daughter Susan is currently the company president and their son Michael is...
Washington News - Tax Freedom Day on April 21
Tax Freedom Day on April 21
Each April the nonpartisan Tax Foundation publishes the Tax Freedom Day.  For 2014, Tax Freedom Day will be April 21.  This is three days later than the April 18 Tax Freedom Day of last year.  Those three days are primarily the result of higher taxes for upper incomes under the American Taxpayer Relief Act.   Tax Freedom Day is determined by adding the $3 trillion dollars in federal taxes to $1.5 trillion in state taxes.  The total $4.5 trillion in taxes represents 30.2% of the U.S. economy.  Dividing this into the entire year results in the first 111 days being required to support federal and state taxes.   Other Washington organizations have observed that Tax Freedom Day is an average that represents all taxpayers.  Because a larger percentage of taxes are paid by...