How You Can Benefit from New IRA Legislation

ACS Webinars

You likely are already depositing funds into an IRA (or are aware of this type of investment account) but did you know that new tax laws that account for current economic fluctuations may positively impact your finances in retirement?

Join Johni Hays, Executive Vice President of Thompson & Associates, as she shares new insights and strategies regarding the new IRA legislation that may benefit you and your family and boost your charitable giving in your retirement years. Register now to discover how to use your IRA in the most tax-advantaged way possible while including the American Chemical Society and any other favorite charities in your plans.

This ACS Webinar will be moderated by ACS Senior Director of Individual Giving and Gift Planning Mary Bet Dobson and co-produced with the ACS Office of Philanthropy. Learn how you can support ACS programs at or by reaching out to the ACS Office of Philanthropy at

* If you are having technical difficulties viewing the video please try different internet browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Explorer. If you still can not access the video please review the following computer prerequisites from our video hosting platform.

What You Will Learn

  • Explore unique ways you can use your IRA to fund a life-income charitable gift such as a charitable gift annuity (CGA) or a charitable remainder trust
  • Learn about the benefits of updated and expanded rules for Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCDs) from your IRA
  • Discover how combining your family and charities with special trusts can often lead to remarkably larger inheritances for both



What an attendee said about this ACS Webinar!

Today's information was current - including tax law changes from the "Secure Act" - the speaker was very knowledgeable, an excellent presenter, and her examples were spot-on!

Meet the Experts

Johni Hays
Executive Vice President,
Thompson & Associates

Mary Bet Dobson
Senior Director of Individual Giving and Gift Planning, American Chemical Society

Related Content