Why include TADA in your will?
By including TADA in your will, you are helping socially vulnerable young people to become responsible citizens and play a positive role in our society, even after you are gone.
I love children and I would like them all to have the same opportunities for development and to learn the job they like. TADA opens up possibilities for them and gives them self-confidence. That's why I decided to leave part of my estate to this good cause.
Like Henriette, do you dream of a world without inequalities?
Your will can contribute to this. Find out which type of bequest or donation is best for you:
A classic bequest
Leave all or part of your estate to TADA by mentioning TADA in your will. The inheritance tax paid by TADA varies according to the region.
A duo legacy
When there is no close heir, opting for the duo legacy allows you to leave part of your estate to a nephew, niece or friend, under fiscally advantageous conditions, while at the same time leaving a part to a good cause such as TADA. TADA is responsible for paying all inheritance taxes for all beneficiaries and for carrying out the necessary administrative formalities.
You can make a donation to TADA during your lifetime. This can take several forms:
a manual donation of movable property (money, securities, jewelry, furniture, works of art).
an indirect donation by bank transfer (to our account number BE05 0017 4290 3575).
a donation by notarial act for movable or immovable property. In this case, TADA will have to pay the donation fees.
Do you live in Flanders?
Since 01/07/2021, the Flemish government has applied a less favorable tax regime to duo legacies. As a result, heirs no longer enjoy any tax benefits from a duo legacy upon the death. Nevertheless, you can leave a bequest of up to €15,000 to one or more friends in your will at the lower rate of 3% (instead of 25%). In this way, your friend will benefit from a maximum tax saving of €3,300. On the other hand, the rates of inheritance and gift tax for charities in Flanders have been reduced to 0%. It will therefore remain fiscally very interesting to leave your estate to a good cause.
Do you need more information?
Eef Verbeke, who is responsible for legacies, will be happy to answer your questions or to help you if you need advice. Do not hesitate to contact her by telephone on 02/781.00.32 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will never thank you enough.