A Win-Win for Donors and Charity Using Depreciated Property
Many people who own rental property are not full-time investors in real estate and could wind up in a tax situation that can be solved by creating a charitable remainder trust.
The Charitable Education Trust: A Way for Parents and Grandparents to Help Family Members and Us
70 1/2 or Older? IRA Charitable Rollover Is Back, and This Time It's PERMANENT!
When Equal Is Not Equal, Charity Can Help
Adopting Charity at Any Age
To Convert or Not to Convert Your IRA: A Charitable Question
What You Need in Addition to Your Will
The Charitable Memory Aid
Why It Helps Us to Know About Your Legacy Gift
Does Your 401(k) Hold Employer Stock? You Can Save Taxes, Receive Income, Reduce Risk, and Make a Gift
Timing the Market—Charitably
Making the Right Call: Charitable Planning Is Easier Than Football
Life Insurance: An Excellent Gift When the Reasons for It Expire
Do You Expect a Spike in Income? A Charitable Gift Can Mitigate Tax Consequences
Putting Idle Assets to Good Purpose
Consider Charity When You Have to Take Retirement Funds
Your Will Is Just One Source of Charity
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