Tax Benefits of Donating
Did you now due to federal legislation you could benefit from a year - end donation?
How Your Generosity Benefits You
- In 2021 only, if you do itemize your deductions, you may deduct cash gifts up to 100% of your adjusted gross income (AGI) instead of the usual 60% limitation.
- No change was made for the age at which you can make a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD). If you are at least 70 ½, you can still direct a QCD from your retirement account up to $100,000 without recognizing the income.
- The Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) age was increased from 70 ½ to 72 for retirement assets, and RMDs may be suspended in 2020.
- If you take the standard deduction on your taxes, you can also take a charitable deduction for charitable contributions up to $300 per tax return for an individual or $600 for a couple.
- You may grant a one-time or recurring gift through your Donor Advised Fund.
- Consider naming the Willow Center for Grieving Children as a beneficiary of a retirement account, donor-advised fund or life insurance policy.
- Just in: The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 extends all tax benefits from 2020 into the 2021 tax year and INCREASES the charitable deduction from $300 to $600 per tax return (for joint filers).
Please consult with your professional advisors on how these suggestions may impact you.
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