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Charitable Contributions
What You Should Know About Qualified Charitable Distributions
What are Qualified Charitable Distributions? Qualified charitable distributions (QCDC) allow individuals over age 70 ½ to donate money directly from a taxable IRA without triggering a 10% early withdrawal penalty. This type of contribution is called a “qualified charitable distribution.” A QCDC does not trigger a 10% early withdrawal fee, unlike traditional IRA withdrawals. However,...
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Making Charitable Contributions You Should Know About IRS Form 8283
What Is Form 8283? Form 8283 is a tax reporting form used to report donations to charities. If you donate property valued at $500 or more during the calendar year, you must complete and submit Form 8283 within 30 days of making the gift. This includes cash gifts, securities, life insurance policies, annuities, real estate...
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Can I deduct contributions to charities?  What charitable contributions are deductible?  These are common questions an individual taxpayer may ask their tax accountant or tax attorney.  The article below has been drafted by a Denver tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm to provide some information regarding charitable contributions.   Gifting to charities can be...
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