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To help provide relief and encourage charitable giving, Congress included two provisions related to charitable contributions in the CARES Act.
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There are myriad tax benefits for those who give money or property to charitable causes. Read on to find out how you can plan for these benefits effectively.
If a private foundation purchases (or is given) tickets for a charitable event, there’s a potential for self-dealing — depending on who attends and the purpose for being there. Private foundation self-dealing rules prohibit most direct and indirect…
The new year brings new opportunities to support charitable organizations you feel passionate about. Read on for strategies to help make your gifting meaningful and potentially reduce current or future taxes.
For most charities, legacy giving and planned giving are one and the same. In fact, when you hear the phrase planned giving, what comes to mind? If you immediately think of a charitable bequest in a will, you’re only partially there.