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Align your charitable giving with smart tax strategies and the result might include an unexpected double win: improving the world, with a potential tax break to boot.
If you're writing checks to your favorite charities, if you've had an especially high earning year, if you've recently sold a business or you're a pre-retiree, there may be tax advantages you haven’t taken full advantage of.Read tax planning strategies
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, a widely anticipated overhaul to the tax code, was signed into law in December 2017. While the charitable tax deduction remains intact, other changes may influence when and how much Americans give to charity. People, of course, will continue to be motivated by the desire to make a positive impact on causes that they are passionate about. However, the tax reform law makes it more important than ever to make savvy financial decisions about charitable giving.
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