In this week's Washington Snapshot: Treasury, IRS Withdraw Proposed Rule for Gift Substantiation; DAFs & Child Sponsorship to Charities; State Policy Action in 2015 Predicts Focus Areas in 2016; Update on Financial Action Task Force (FATF); Natio
In-Depth knowledge on Working with Donors
The Council policy and legal staff answered FAQs and other questions about the IRA Charitable Rollover.
In this week's Washington Snapshot: Senate Passes Permanent IRA Charitable Rollover; Council Submits Comments on IRS Gift Substantiation Proposal; Omnibus Blocks IRS Political Activity Rulemaking; FASB votes to Revise Nonprofit Presentation of Cash F
A proposed rule by the IRS would allow charities to file an additional information return by February 28th each year that includes taxpayer identification information for donors who contribute $250 or more, and provide a copy of the return to these donors
The Council has six full-time attorneys with a breadth of experience on staff. This team of experts is a valuable resource to Council members, and is available to provide information on a wide range of topics that impact foundation operations.
In this week's Washington Snapshot: Just Announced: August Recess Toolkit; Recap: House Passes America Gives More Act of 2014; Next Steps on Tax Extenders; Chairman Wyden Restates Commitment to Tax Reform; NEW in Snapshot: Trending in Council Legal A
This article provides ideas to help your community foundation get started in providing quality donor services - and to keep donors engaged and active with your foundation!
Discover the tax treatment under the Pension Protection Act (PPA) for gifts of fractional interests in tangible personal property, like books, artwork, furniture and more.
Community foundations are often faced with requests from donors or local volunteers who wish to express their support by raising money for the community foundation or for a particular fund.
Definition and issues around accepting gifts of tangible personal property.