The Tax Law of Charitable Giving

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  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2014-06-30
  • Publisher: Wiley

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This updated and expanded edition is the only book to tackle the increasingly complex maze of charitable giving regulations. Key features of the new edition include: 

  • A summary of recent case law concerning meaning of term gift and quip pro quo situations precluding charitable deduction.
  • A summary of Department of Treasury finding of loss to federal government of over $1 billion due to improper noncash gifts deductions.
  • An update of case law concerning contributions of conservation easements (because of considerable recent litigation) as well as bargain sale law to include two new court decisions and valuation developments (considerable recent litigation).
  • An expansion of discussion of IRS’s recent determination that contributions to charities’ disregarded entities are deductible.
  • A discussion of new health care tax on investment income of trusts and impact on pooled income funds.
  • Updates of federal estate tax law, of case law on substantiation requirements, and of case law on appraisal requirements.
  • Coverage of new Department of Treasury regulations (expected soon) concerning charitable giving recordkeeping, substantiation and appraisal rules.
  • And much more.

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