Conrad Teitell

President, Taxwise Giving

Conrad Teitell, A.B., LL.B., LL.M., 98.6. Chairman, National Charitable Planning Group, Cummings & Lockwood, Stamford Conn. cl-law.com. For information about Conrad Teitell's publications and lectures visit taxwisegiving.com.


Posts by Conrad Teitell

The Law of Charitable Pledges

Conrad Teitell offers a comprehensive guide to the laws governing charitable pledges....More

A Seemingly Impossible Charitable Gift Situation

Conrad Teitell offers some tips on how to handle a potentially sticky gifting situation....More

Charitable Gifts: Tax Reform?

Conrad Teitell discusses the behavioral and economic consequences of tax-law changes as predicted by static and dynamic scoring methods, respectively....More

IRS Won’t Rule List — Updated

Conrad Teitell highlights the updates to this year's IRS "Won't Rule" list....More

Multiple Items Contributed—Deduction Limited To Basis

Conrad Teitell discusses the rules for gifts of long-term appreciated tangible personal property to public charities....More

Substantiating Charitable Gifts—Specimen Letter To Client-Donors

Now is a good time to tell your clients how to substantiate their charitable gifts on their 2014 federal income tax returns—due by April 15, 2015....More

Charitable Gifts: Date of Delivery Rules

A charitable gift is considered made on the "date of delivery." Conrad Teitell explains that term, which is more complicated than it seems....More

Thanking Volunteers: Specimen Letter

Conrad Teitell offers a sample letter to inform your clients who volunteer for charities of the various tax breaks available to them....More

Beauty Pageant: Exemption Revoked and Scholarships Taxable

While beauty may be in the eye of the judges, a beauty pageant’s qualification as an Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) charity is in the eye of....More

America Gives More Act of 2014 (H.R. 4719)

Conrad Teitell offers a primer on the America Gives More Act of 2014....More
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