A vital incentive

May 2013
New Jersey Jewish News;5/23/2013, Vol. 67 Issue 21, p16
The author reflects on the dilemma being faced by the U.S. Congress on whether to retain, modify or eliminate the concept of charitable tax deduction in the country and further examines the consequences of any change in the deduction policy.


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