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Bundle Charitable Giving Through Donor Advised Fund

With changes to standard and itemized deductions under the new tax law, many CPA’s and tax attorneys are recommending a strategy of bunching or bundling deductible spending into alternate years. I wrote about this approach a few weeks ago. One way to bundle charitable deductions efficiently and effortlessly is through a Donor Advised Fund (DAF). […]

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To Reduce Taxes, Bunch Deductions Into Alternate Years

Want to save a bunch under the new federal income tax laws? Try bunching your deductions. The new tax law doubles the standard deduction and eliminates most miscellaneous deductions. It takes a lot more of the limited allowable deductions left to reach the threshold for itemizing deductions instead of using the standard amount. This means […]

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Passing The Hat 2.0 Teleclass Recording Now On Website

Philanthropic giving can be flexible, easy, and fun.  Regina Jahr from the Black Hills Community Foundation educated us on all the benefits of letting them take the work out of giving.  The recording will let you know how: You can take a deduction for a charitable gift and not designate the charity you want to receive it […]

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