The Long (and Continuing) Travels of the Charitable IRA Rollover - Press - AFP: The Long (and Continuing) Travels of the Charitable IRA Rollover
The Charitable IRA Rollover was approved last week by the House Ways and Means Committee as part of a package of tax extenders, and is now headed to the full House for a vote. But the journey for the now expired provision is far from over.
Since being first approved in 2006, the IRA Rollover provision has expired—and been reinstated—several times in a process AFP and other charities have gotten used to. “It’s not been a great way to develop policy,” said Jason Lee, AFP’s general counsel. “Charities have not been able to plan their fundraising with the IRA Rollover effectively, much less market this key charitable giving incentive, when it is constantly expiring and working on the premise that it will be reinstated and made retroactive.”
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