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Charitable Gifting


Guest(s): Brianne King

Charitable Gifting

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Our society is made better by the work of the thousands of charities that help the less fortunate and promote a better way of life. While charitable gifting may seem simple and straightforward, the tax code and the ways in which charities utilize the donated money make it a bit more complicated.

It is crucial to understand the tax deductibility of charitable contributions and how they can lower the cost for an individual seeking to help a favored non-profit.

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