Collectives and Artworks | What To Give | OETA

Viewers who would like to make sizable contributions from their estate plans sometimes find that it makes sense to consider leaving a valuable coin collection, rare book, antique chair, or other work of art to OETA in their will. The estate gets a full tax deduction for the value of the asset contributed. We will, most likely, sell it and invest the proceeds in the endowment to support the programs you enjoy. While these kinds of assets could be contributed while you are living, your tax incentives are probably less than if you leave them to us via your estate plan.

Estate plans should be made with your financial advisor.  OETA Foundation will be happy to work with you and your professional advisor to discuss the benefits of the plans listed here and how they can work for you. Please contact us anytime.

Louise Lee
OETA Foundation
7403 North Kelley Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73111