The following is intended to help you and your attorney in drafting a bequest that satisfies your interests. As you consult your attorney on the selection of appropriate wording to reflect your own goals and intentions regarding Americans for Prosperity, be sure our organization’s correct legal name appears in all final documents as:

“Americans for Prosperity, a District of Columbia nonprofit corporation, or its successor, Federal Tax Identification Number: 75-3148958.”

General Bequest of a stated sum of money may be worded:

“I give to Americans for Prosperity, a District of Columbia nonprofit corporation, or its successor, Federal Tax Identification Number 75-3148958 [insert here the exact dollar amount].”

Specific Bequest of a certain asset from your estate may be worded:

“I give to Americans for Prosperity, a District of Columbia nonprofit corporation, or its successor, Federal Tax Identification Number 75-3148958, [insert here a description of the particular property].”

A Residuary Bequest, after other bequests and expenses have been paid, may be worded:

“I give to Americans for Prosperity, a District of Columbia nonprofit corporation, or its successor, Federal Tax Identification Number 75-3148958, all [or a portion] of the rest, residue and remainder of my estate.”

Contingent Bequest if the person making the will is not survived by certain individuals:

“If [name/s of primary beneficiary/ies] do/es not survive me, or shall die within ninety (90) days from the date of my death, or as a result of a common disaster, then I give to Americans for Prosperity, 1310 N. Courthouse Rd. Suite 700, Arlington, VA 22201, a District of Columbia nonprofit corporation, or its successor, Federal Tax Identification Number 75-3148958,  [insert here the exact dollar amount, description of property, or percentage of residual estate].”

 

 

This information does not constitute legal or tax planning advice.  Please consult with your legal or financial advisor. Americans for Prosperity is a §501(c)(4) entity, as determined by the Internal Revenue Service. Contributions to Americans for Prosperity are not tax-deductible. Americans for Prosperity can advocate for and against specific legislation at the state and federal levels.