Implications of the Fiscal Cliff Deal on Giving to Education
On Jan. 2, President Obama signed the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 into law. The new law, enacted to avert the “fiscal cliff,” preserves the charitable deduction, permanently extends the estate tax and retroactively extends the IRA charitable rollover through 2013.
During this webinar, charitable giving expert Robert Sharpe outlines the provisions of the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 and their potential impact on giving to colleges, universities and independent schools.
Benefits of Attending:
Review the specific provisions in the law affecting giving to education.
Learn how the law's provisions will impact charitable giving.
Discuss whether lawmakers will consider proposals to cap or limit the charitable deduction
Fees are per location, not per person; invite all key staff to participate for one low cost. Included with your registration are handouts of the presentation.
$195, CASE members; $325, Nonmembers
All you need is a phone and a separate Internet connection! Streaming audio (through your computer speakers) is also available. Registrants receive two free views of the online archive of this event.
Can't attend at the scheduled time?
You can watch this seminar any time on your computer when you purchase a recording of the event, available through the CASE Store.
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