Membership Renewal Season – Articulate Your Value!

It is the season for membership renewal. Many individuals are renewing their memberships in local art museums, the zoo, aquariums, or other charitable organizations providing member benefits. The questions for members and organizations alike are:

  • What is the value of the membership?

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Document Your Donation to Preserve Your Charitable Deduction

Charitable contribution substantiation is a team sport — everyone involved is critical to ensuring the donor’s tax deduction is valid. Although this is not a new area of tax law,

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IRS Issues New Revenue Procedures Aimed at Protecting Donor Privacy

When it comes to privacy and accountability, people always demand the former for themselves and the latter for everyone else.” – David Brin

Overview of Revenue Procedure 2018-38


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The Change in the Standard Deduction Affects Charitable Giving

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’s change to the standard deduction provides opportunities for multi-year tax planning. The new law may affect charitable giving, depending on the taxpayer’s taxable income before their charitable deduction.

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Dawgs Dash to the Office to Make Year-End Charitable Contributions Ahead of Tax Reform Change

Die-hard college sports fans are not cheering about one change made in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Boosters have traditionally been allowed an 80% charitable contribution deduction for donations to their favorite institute of higher education,

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