When it comes to the matter of tithing and giving, especially in a values’ centered environment, it can sometimes be difficult for many people to know what to do or where to start.
Worse, many people feel guilty, frustrated, or unsure about how much they are currently giving or not giving. Or where to go to obtain advice on giving, particularly when larger amounts of resources or wealth are potentially involved.
How do we evaluate our current giving? What should we be giving and to who?
How much money, assets, and time should we be giving?
How do we develop a customized personal or business generosity plan?
What do faith traditions say about giving?
Can I include a business, real estate holding, or other asset in my giving?
How do we come up with a specific generosity plan for our family?
Is my generosity plan synchronized with my lifestyle and values?
How do I make sure my giving plans have eternal impact?
Should tithing and giving be on gross or net income?
These are just some of the many questions Gibborim Financial helps clients answer. We believe every client regardless of income level, current financial disposition, or religion, should have an intentional family or business generosity plan.
To move from minimal, sporadic, and inefficient tithing and giving it is imperative to create and execute a custom generosity plan. Further, to optimize family or business giving it is vital to also incorporate systematic, intentional, and coordinated efforts into the generosity plan.
Gibborim Financial helps clients work through five steps in developing a generosity plan.
Please note that there is significant Biblical guidance, excellent secular fiduciary guidance, and potentially materially beneficial tax and estate planning techniques, that were not highlighted in this very brief overview of tithing and giving. The inten of this page is to prompt awareness.
Gibborim Financial has extensive experience working directly with people across all financial spectrums and belief systems as well as maintains relationships with some of the largest giving related financial organizations in the United States.
Critically exploring the topic and creating a custom family or business generosity plan is exciting, enriching, and fulfilling, and can have meaningful temporal and eternal impact.
Talk to us, another provider, or your church today, and get started on your own family or business generosity plan.
For a comprehensive review of your personal situation, always consult with a tax or legal advisor. Neither Cetera Advisors LLC nor any of its representatives may give legal or tax advice.
Please note that there is significant giving guidance, excellent fiduciary guidance, and potentially very materially beneficial tax and estate planning techniques, that were not highlighted in this very brief overview of tithing and giving. The intent of this page is to prompt awareness.
Talk to us or another provider and get started on your own family or business generosity plan.