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Planned Giving

Its never too early to think about creating a future gift for Texas A&M. With a planned gift you can provide for loved ones, receive tax benefits, generate potential income and support Texas A&M at the same time.
After-Lifetime Gifts
After-Lifetime Gifts
A charitable bequest is one of the easiest ways you can leave a lasting legacy at Texas A&M. Gifts from your retirement plan and life insurance are also ways to give a gift that may not cost you anything during your lifetime.
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Dual-Benefit Gifts
Dual-Benefit Gifts
Dual-Benefit gifts are ones that produce payments to the donors. These gift may also offer substantial tax advantages.
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    Change Your Beneficiary, Change a Life
    Linda Biel believes that supporting Texas A&M through the Foundation is an obvious (and simple) option to consider when making estate plans.
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  • Endowing the Aggie Spirit
    Endowing the Aggie Spirit
    Craig Noonan '66 and his wife, Lynda, are giving back to A&M; to the very programs that inspired them then and today ? athletics, the Corps and the Fightin' Texas Aggie Band.
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  • Aggie Persistence
    Aggie Persistence
    Chaz Neely's '62 career climb to owner of San Antonio Steel Company was not a story of overnight success.
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