Maximizing your charitable contributions

December 1999
BusinessWest;Dec99, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p49
Advises on maximizing charitable contributions to get more tax benefits. Deduction of the fair market value of the asset from the taxes; Liquidation of the same stock before donating the cash to charity; Government's position on private wealth and estate planning issues.


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