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Philanthropy and Federal Tax Legislation—A Look Around the Congressional Corner

Robert F. Sharpe and Sandra G. Swirski address proposed tax changes that may have a significant impact on philanthropy.

A Democratically controlled Washington, D.C. is now preparing to put its mark on the federal Tax Code. As part of a much larger infrastructure package, a number of proposed changes, which have become political footballs, and quite possibly footfalls, are coming into sharper focus and may have a significant impact on philanthropic planning.


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