Charity: THe key to your future
Start a financial revolution in your life! Dare to make your money work for you! If I knew half the things I know now when I was 18 and about to graduate high school, I would be rolling in dough right now. What if I told you there is a specific law in the Internal Revenue Code of the United States that is often ignored or overlooked, but is the key to making you and the rest of America financially secure and independent? It’s not a tool of the rich, it’s a tool designed specifically for the middle working class, and it is a way of investing in your own future and the causes that matter most to you. I’m talking about Section 664 of the IRC, that’s what the robots up in DC call it anyway, but us normal folk like to call it Social Secharity because it combines the concept of Social Security through the power of charity, using human kindness as the tool to getting you and the rest of the country out of debt for a better future.
We’ve discussed the overall concept in previous articles, but for you who are just joining us, Social Secharity seeks to endow you the average working 9-5 American citizen with the resources and affluence we know you are capable of achieving, all doable by choosing to donate to the charity of your choice instead of the remainder of your tax paying dollars ending up in the hands of the government. Philanthropies and social services, to a large extent, rely mostly on big government to support them with Federal grants. They don’t solely run on your donations, so the government in turn rewards you if you give to those services or charities, because it takes pressure off of their pockets, and so they in turn take pressure off of yours through tax deductions. Even better, Social Secharity creates a steady stream of income that grows annually in one of three ways, through a Charitable Remainder Trust, Pooled Income Fund, or Charitable Gift Annuity. Years down the road, when you pass on, the charitable remainder you accumulated over the years doesn’t go to the government, it goes to the charity or service that you previously chose, one that you identify with the most. If most Americans do this, we could be looking not only at solving America’s debt crisis in the coming years, but also making you and the rest of America wealthier, and I know we all love that!
Now, if you’re anything like me, you had no idea what you wanted to do after high school. Sure, you either started working or went to college. Some of us did both, but wouldn’t it have been awesome if we had a program designed to help us out with that? We already have selective service, but imagine if after high school and before college, you could opt for a 2–year Social Secharity program designed to train you both financially and educationally to become a strong and independent American who knows what he or she wants out of life. The program is a kind of national service that can be either in the military, or community service of some kind such as protecting America’s wildlife, or in some kind of specific vocational training in IT or anything crucially needed in today’s society. This is precisely what we need in America, and I wish we had this when I was younger. Social Secharity can not only save the economy but empower you and me for a brighter future. To speak with a professional philanthropic advisor, visit www.socialsecharity.org or like us on Facebook @SocialSecharity.
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Social Secharity (Section 664) is a bold new way to move the country from 30 trillion in debt to economic well being through charitable wealth. Help resolve our country’s problems, improve your own future income and pay less tax! Best of all be a grateful benefactor to your community.
Written by Ossman J. Darwiche 2021