Estate Planning and Philanthropy

Deducting Charitable Gifts on Prior Year's Return

, New York Law Journal

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In his Estate Planning and Philanthropy column, Conrad Teitell discusses the Charitable Giving Extension Act which would give would-be donors an opportunity to consider making charitable gifts after their tax situation is better known by allowing gifts made before tax return due date to be treated as though they were made in the previous taxable year.

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Originally appeared in print as Legislation Would Allow Deducting Charitable Gifts on Prior Year's Return

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