The CARES Act introduced new rules in 2020 to encourage donations to charitable organizations during the pandemic. In this PFP Section podcast, Steve Siegel discusses:
2020 charitable contribution rules for individuals and business to be aware of when filing tax returns
2021 giving strategies, including changes made to the above the line deduction and increased penalties for improperly claimed deductions
Common mistakes or misses to be on the lookout for with your clients related to estate, gift, and trust charitable deductions
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