Category Archives: charitable gift annuity

Oregon congressman touts charitable rollover

Oregon Congressman Earl Blumenauer is co-sponsoring a bill that would expand and make permanent the IRA charitable rollover that helps donors make charitable gifts from their retirement assets. Conrad Teitell, volunteer counsel for the American Council on Gift Annuities, wrote … Continue reading

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Make IRA charitable rollover permanent: It’s a win-win-win

Nonprofits may be interested to know that Congress is being urged to make permanent the expired charitable IRA rollover provision and expand it to include rollovers to life-income plans, such as charitable gift annuities and charitable remainder trusts. Conrad Teitell … Continue reading

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Charitable giving incentives decline at month’s end

As December’s calendar pages are torn off each day, two opportunities to encourage charitable giving are slipping away. One, the IRA charitable rollover, is likely to be extended by Congress, but it is due to expire Dec. 31, 2011. After … Continue reading

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