Charitable Donation

  1. Should University Endowments Be Taxed?

    Some politicians are calling for universities to pay taxes on their massive endowments. ...
  2. How to Save More in Taxes When Giving to Charity

    A good option for IRA owners looking to lower their adjusted gross incomes exists. ...
  3. Before You Visit Your Tax Preparer: Do This

    The earlier you start preparing your tax records and documents, the more likely you ...
  4. The Most Overlooked Tax Deductions

    The receipts you cram into your wallet could be replaced with cash come tax season. ...
  5. Profit from Art with a Charitable Remainder Trust

    With a CRUT, art collectors can avoid capital gains taxes on the sale of art– while ...
  6. University Donations: Which Schools Got the Most

    A closer look at the staggering $40.3 billion donated to colleges and universities ...
  1. Are tax shelters legal in Canada?

    Understand whether tax shelters are legal in Canada and what types of scams have been committed. Learn what happens to illegal ...
  2. Are donations escheatable?

    Learn about the escheatment process and what happens to abandoned and unclaimed property. Understand whether donations can ...
  3. How does a revocable trust become a split-interest trust?

    Learn how a revocable trust becomes a split-interest trust upon the death of the of the grantor when there are both charitable ...
  4. What kind of philanthropy did Nathan Rothschild do?

    Learn about the philanthropic efforts of Nathan Rothschild and his entire family, who contributed to many areas, including ...
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