is the protection of philanthropic freedom – the right of Americans to choose how and where to spend their charitable assets. A project of The Philanthropy Roundtable, ACR educates legislators and policymakers about the central role of private charitable giving in American life and the dangers of legislative or political measures that would weaken or constrain the philanthropic freedom that makes such giving possible.
The current two-tiered tax provision is simply a disincentive for foundations to increase giving in any one year.
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I’ve noted to a few people in conversations that I think Mark Zuckerberg too often gets a bum rap over his $100 million gift to the city of Newark, New Jersey for education reform. The way the story is often told by critics of the gift makes it sound like Zuckerberg flew in on a […]
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WASHINGTON, D.C.— The Alliance for Charitable Reform (ACR) issued the following statement on the regulations from the U.S. Department of Treasury on state initiatives seeking to workaround the federal cap on the deduction for state and local taxes. “The proposed workarounds for the cap on the state and local tax deduction would have undermined the […]
A bipartisan set of senators have sent a letter to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin requesting data on charitable giving following the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Sens. James Lankford (R-OK) and Christopher Coons (D-DE) have asked Secretary Mnuchin to provide “any data that is currently available on charitable deductions in tax year […]
>> Federal: Washington Roundup >> Federal: AEI Report >> Federal: State-Level SALT Workarounds >> Federal: UBIT on Parking Benefits for Employees >> Federal: Universal Charitable Deduction >> Consider This: Tax Reform 2.0 >> Top Reads: Charity Groups Fret Over Upcoming SALT-Deduction Rules Washington Roundup This month, House Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) and House Republican tax writers […]
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Giving USA released its annual report June 12, showing that nationwide charitable giving continues a steady increase since 1977. Charitable giving reached a record high in 2017, crossing the $400 billion mark for the first time. The $410.02 billion that Americans gave to charity in represents an increase of 5.2 percent over giving from 2016. […]
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