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Charitable Contribution

Lobbying activities may expose churches in some states to election law register and reporting requirements as a political committee. Many of these statutes are unconstitutional because they expose churches to intrusive regulations for a very small amount of lobbying.  The most important message I think...

Meir Katz (J.D. 2010, Georgetown) has posted The Economics of § 170: A Case for the Charitable Deduction of Parochial School Tuition on SSRN. It is fascinating. Here is the abstract: That payments for parochial school tuition are not deductible under § 170 is a foregone conclusion...

Charitable contributions must be made to qualified organizations to be deductible. You can ask any organization whether it is a qualified organization and most will be able to tell you. Charitable contributions are deductible only if you itemize deductions using Form 1040, Schedule A. You generally...

On October 3, 2008, President George W. Bush signed the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008. Tucked away in the Act is a provision that moves the responsibility of basis determination from the shoulders of the taxpayer to the shoulders of the securities industry. After December 31,...

When preparing to file your federal tax return, don’t forget your contributions to charitable organizations. If you made qualified donations last year, you may be able to take a tax deduction if you itemize on IRS Form 1040, Schedule A. The IRS has put...

Just as with all other types of business organizations, a certificate of incorporation must be drafted and filed with the secretary of state. In this document the organizers must come to a mutual agreement as to the purpose(s) of forming a tax exempt organization. This...

New York Times editorial, Render Unto C Street: It is not unusual for members of Congress to arrange group rentals in Washington to share housing costs and, for some, underline their continuing “outsider” status. What is highly unusual, and unjustifiable, is the tax-exempt status as a...

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