Charitable gifts may also offer a tax deduction to the taxpayer in the year the gift is made. Whether or not a gift qualifies for a tax deduction will depend on a number of factors, such as whether the interest gifted is a present interest or not and the precise legal status of the beneficiary.
Topics covered in this report include:
- Can’t I just make Charitable Gifts in my Last Will and Testament?
- The Tax Benefits of Charitable Gifting
- Using Charitable Gifts to Create Your Legacy
- Common Charitable Gifting Options
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