2005 Offers A Chance To Increase Year-End Giving

Sabo, Mary Ann
December 2005
Grand Rapids Business Journal;12/5/2005, Vol. 23 Issue 50, p19
The article provides information on several charitable giving options for donors before the closure of the 2005 tax year in the U.S. Donors could give up to 100 percent of their adjusted gross income to the charity of their choice under the Katrina Emergency Tax Relief Act. A fixed annual income in return could be received in donating an appreciated asset under the charitable gift annuity.


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