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No Tax on Sale of Real Estate
By contributing a partial interest in appreciated rental real estate to a charitable remainder trust and then selling the balance of the property outside of the CRT, the donors increase their income stream for retirement and generate an income tax deduction to offset capital gains taxes on the sale portion. When doing charitable tax planning, remember that it is not an "all or nothing" choice!
What Women Want: Understanding the Needs and Objectives of Women's Philanthropic Giving, Including Planned Gifts
Women are increasingly impacting fundraising efforts in the U.S.; however, their philanthropic objectives can differ significantly from men. Women tend to focus on specific sectors and want greater accountability for their gifts. On the whole, women want to create new solutions, seek more contact and control, and be kept informed of the results from their giving. Many also seek social networks within the organizations that interest them. If women are among your majority donors, you may need to change the way you speak with them, start listening for their direction, and embrace a 'gender slanted' approach. Read this article to learn more.
Planning Opportunities with Real Estate
By contributing appreciated real estate to a Charitable Remainder Unitrust, a Donor can reduce her capital gain tax liability, avoid estate taxes, receive an income tax deduction, obtain a lifetime cash flow, and create a lasting legacy for a charity in her hometown.
Final Regulations Under 7520 Announced!