This month we're discussing a few core approaches that we can use to prepare for next year.
This month, we're thinking about thanks... especially for those who support nonprofits in their important work. It's time to think outside the box about stewardship.
Much has been made of support like the Paycheck Protection Plan and Employee Retention Tax Credits that arose from Congressional efforts to address the economic impact of the COVID pandemic.
However, from a tax standpoint, there are some less known provisions that can affect how your donors treat their contributions.
As we head into year-end giving, you'll be engaging with donors and asking for their continued support. Being aware of the tax provisions below could come in clutch during these crucial conversations.
Thanks to our partners at Gabriel Group, we have some advice to help you make the most of the last month of 2018.
Several months ago, the fundraising world was talking about the changes in tax law and what differences might be expected. While much of the affects will not be known until everyone is done filing taxes next year, here is a preview of what many experts are seeing already and how you might want to respond today for the benefit of your mission: Donor Advised Funds; Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCDs); and Stock Transfers.
Topics: Tax Law