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Brad Bedingfield authors “New Tax Law and Charitable Giving”

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Brad Bedingfield


Brad Bedingfield’s article “New Tax Law and Charitable Giving” is now available on the Cambridge Community Foundation website. In the article, Brad discusses how last December’s federal tax law changes (many of which expire at the end of 2025) may affect incentives for individuals and businesses to make charitable contributions. While many popular strategies for saving taxes by making charitable gifts – for example, making gifts of appreciated property, or direct charitable IRA rollovers – remain effectively unchanged, other gifting strategies may no longer work as intended from a tax perspective.

To read the full article, please click here: New Tax Law and Charitable Giving


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