Create Your Legacy
Rossiter W. Raymond wrote in his biography of Peter Cooper, that, "Surrounded by his children and grandchildren, and whispering with almost his last breath the desire for an increase of his bequest to that other well-beloved child, the Cooper Union, he 'fell on sleep,' April 4, 1883."
Making plans now to distribute the assets you have earned, saved, and accumulated over your lifetime will allow you to care of your family, provide for the orderly transfer of assets to those close to you, and can also include a charitable gift to Cooper.
We are prepared to help you and your advisors find the best way to make your gift, introducing you to gift options and planning techniques that could result in a legacy of generosity and thoughtfulness which you might not have otherwise thought possible.
While estate planning can entail some difficult choices it does provide a sense of relief and peace of mind when it is done.
It’s really never too early – or too late – to do retirement planning. With this in mind, Cooper Union offers the following list of basic points to consider.
We recommend that you consult your attorney, financial planner or other professional advisors in assessing the options best for you.