The Katrina Emergency Tax Relief Act that President Bush signed Sept. 23 included some substantial changes to the legislation initially proposed. What survived the chopping block, what crept in the back door, and what does it all mean for charitable giving?
The act temporarily suspended the percentage limitations for cash contributions to public charities made by individuals from Aug. 28 through Dec. 31. Draft bills had required that contributions be re
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