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Gift Planning Update

Gift Planning Update


Substantiating Non-Cash Gifts
After it’s too late to correct, many donors have discovered that they failed to properly substantiate a non-cash gift, resulting in the loss of a valuable income tax charitable deduction ... more

Establishing a “Private” Retirement Account
An individual who wishes to provide retirement security for a personal nurse, housekeeper or another household employee might consider options that also assist charity ... more

Year-End Reminder: Avoid This Costly Mistake
Under the SECURE (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement) Act, taxpayers with earned income can continue making deductible contributions to IRAs after age 70½ ... more

Down Market Calls for Different Approach
The usual year-end advice for charitable donors is to make a gift of appreciated stock or mutual fund shares held for more than one year ... more


Latest Gift Planning Articles from CGTS Analysis & Comment

The articles are now available from the latest edition of the Charitable Giving Tax Service Analysis & Comment. To see the complete text, just click on the above link. Archived articles, and the full 1200-page gift planning library are available at no charge if you register and sign in to CGTS-Online, using the link on this page.


Summer 2022 Archive
Inflation Hits Gift Annuities … But That’s a Good Thing for Donors
The Impact of the Forthcoming Actuarial Rate Changes
Don’t Need Life Insurance for Estate Taxes? Give Policy to Charity
Remainder Trusts, Lead Trusts and Life Expectancies

Spring 2022 Archive
Restrictions on Charitable Gifts and Bequests
Excess Life Insurance as Charitable Gifts
Two Provisions for Every Will or Trust
Not All Stepparents Are Wicked

Winter 2022 Archive
Charitable Ways to Fund College
IRAs To Benefit Both Surviving Spouse and Charity
Inflation Hits §7520 Rates Too
Giving Extra to Charity With Remainder Trusts

Fall 2021 Archive
Charitable Gifts and Low Interest Rates Can Mix
Donors and Anonymity
Benefitting Multiple Charities With the Same Property
Too Young for Charitable Estate Planning?

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