Including the Metropolitan Opera in your long-range financial and estate plans is a wonderful way to support the Met and ensure a legacy of great opera for future generations. Planned giving can often provide tax advantages and help you meet your current financial needs. For confidential gift-planning information, please contact the Office of Planned Giving.
At various stages of our lives, we all deal with different issues, financial and otherwise. These stages of life need to be taken into account when planning your gift for the Met.
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By leaving a bequest gift to the Met through your will, you will know that your generosity will support the Met for years to come.
Juan Diego Flórez, in Donizetti’s La Fille du Régiment, performs an encore.
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The Encore Society recognizes and thanks those generous individuals who are leaving a future legacy to the Metropolitan Opera through their wills, retirement plans, life-income plans, and many other creative planned-giving arrangements.
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Disclaimer: This publication was prepared by Pentera Inc., an Indiana business corporation, which is independent of the Met. Pentera is solely responsible for its content, and the Met disclaims all liability. The information is intended to introduce certain concepts, and we caution you not to rely on it for any legal, tax, or other purpose. You should obtain the advice of your own legal and tax advisors before making any gift.