Charitable Giving

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Some local nonprofits are seeing fewer donations in wake of federal tax law changes

Jeff Shaw, director of public policy at the CT Nonprofit Alliance, which represents small- to medium-sized nonprofits, said the recent survey results are concerning, but he warned it's too early to determine whether the downturn in donations is a...

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Donations to Colorado charities fell flat last year and some are blaming Trump’s tax law

Nonprofits nationwide are bracing for what could be an even larger decline in 2018 because of changes that gave taxpayers a larger standard deduction for 2018 and made itemizing unnecessary for many.

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Trump tax law threatens charities. The poor will pay.

“The preliminary data is showing for the small- to mid-sized nonprofits, they’re the ones suffering the most.

Tags: Tax Reform, Charitable Giving, Nonprofit Impact
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Starting next year, state income tax checkoff will feature write-in option, head of state association says

Next year’s tax season will bring a major fundraising opportunity for organizations such as charities, museums and youth groups, the head of the Colorado Nonprofit Association said Thursday in a visit to Pueblo.

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Charitable giving: How to maximize your donations

“We know that most people who donate to charitable nonprofits do so because they believe in the mission of the organization and not for a tax deduction,” said Rick Cohen, Chief Communications Officer for National Council of Nonprofits.

Tags: Tax Reform, Charitable Giving
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Charitable Giving Shifts Toward Large Donations in First Year of New Tax Law

Charitable revenue from donations of at least $1,000 increased by 2.6% in 2018, according to Monday’s report from the Association of Fundraising Professionals, and there were signs that the tax law is discouraging some gifts.

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Arizona nonprofits brace for federal tax changes

The standard deduction for a married couple almost doubled from $12,700 to $24,000. This means less people will be itemizing, opting to take the standard deduction instead.

Tags: Tax Reform, Charitable Giving, Arizona
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In a year-end scramble, charities worry about the impact of new tax law

Rick Cohen with the National Council of Nonprofits says charities are encouraging average folks to give year-round and changing their messaging, "a focus more on the mission of the organization than on the tax benefit that the donor would receive...

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New tax laws affect charitable giving

"There are a lot fewer people who will be itemizing their taxes next year with the doubling of the standard deduction." "Small donations really make a big difference."

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New Law Prevents Some Taxpayers From Writing Off Charitable Donations

Changes to the federal tax code — like the doubling of the standard deduction under the new tax law — are expected to impact charities and non-profits, beginning with end-of-year giving.

Tags: Charitable Giving, Tax Reform

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