Charitable Giving Incentives


Charitable Groups Applaud Passage of Tax Extender Law

A coalition of associations and charitable nonprofits joined together last week in applauding Congress for passing theProtecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015, a bill to turn a series of popular tax breaks into a permanent...

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Charitable Giving Reps Like Extender Bill's Permanent Tax Breaks

David L. Thompson of the National Council of Nonprofits said extending the provisions permanently makes "perfect sense," explaining that permanence is highly preferable to renewing provisions retroactively because it allows donors to plan.

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Maintain charitable deductions

The proposal to limit the deductibility of charitable contributions will dramatically and negatively affect these worthwhile organizations as well as their donors.

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Cap on Vermont tax deductions has nonprofits worried

Lauren-Glenn Davitian, executive director of an organization that provides training and services to other nonprofit groups, Common Good Vermont, told the senators that "even in this very dire budget year, you have to be very mindful of decisions...

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Congress Considering Nonprofit Tax Provisions

In advance of comprehensive tax reform, both the House and Senate are taking action to pass more targeted tax-law changes, some of which relate to the support and operations of charitable nonprofits.

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House Passes Philanthropy Bill That’s DOA In The Senate

The next step would be for the bill to go to the U.S. Senate, but the senate leaders have said it will not take up the bill. Instead, the senate will focus on comprehensive tax reform, according to David L.

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Investing in You: Research, document, track charitable deductions

The IRA charitable rollover, which is up for renewal by Congress, allows individual taxpayers older than 70½ years to donate up to $100,000 from their individual retirement accounts (IRAs) and Roth IRAs to charitable nonprofits without having to...

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Charities-Only Tax Bill Nearly Passes in the House

The work of charitable nonprofits in communities throughout the United States fell just a few votes short of receiving a boost by Congress last week when the ...

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Time for Cooler Heads and Warmer Hearts

Just when Congress was on the verge of a bipartisan and bicameral agreement to do something positive for people who are hungry and in need of assistance in local communities across America, the White House issued a statement saying that President...

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Nonprofits Hold Out Hope for Tax Bill Despite Setbacks

Tim Delaney, president of the National Council of Nonprofits, said a deal that extends the benefits for the current tax year on the full slate of extenders is "useless" to his organization’s members.

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