When planning for charitable gifts, especially those accomplished using strategies that result in the gifts unfolding over an extended time, donors and those advising them need to consider the possibility that the rules on how those gifts are treated for federal income tax purposes may change.
There are many proposals calling for a change in the tax treatment of charitable gifts. While some proposals advocate limiting or eliminating the charitable income tax deduction, others re
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