How to Keep Donations Strong after Tax Reform

Will charitable giving plummet in 2018?

In December 2017 Congress passed the controversial Tax Cuts and Jobs Act–the first major tax reform in nearly three decades. Many analysts believe new provisions in the Act will dramatically change giving behavior. Others say that charitable giving isn’t motivated by tax benefits, it just provides tax efficiency in specific scenarios.

We’ve spoken with two experts from our Professional Advisors Council to share strategies for keeping giving on track, regardless of tax reform. Dan Morris is a Financial Advisor with High Point Financial Group and Leslie Schaus is a tax partner at Strategem CPA, a public accounting firm. Keep Reading >

 

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