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Explore: Charitable Contribution Rules: 10 Years in the Making

Charitable Contribution Rules: 10 Years in the Making

Charitable Contribution Rules

Ten years ago, the Internal Revenue Service proposed regulations that would define how to value (and prove the actual value) of non-cash donations to charity.  The regs involved things like artwork, jewelry and other possessions whose value is often in the eye of the beholder.

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The Long Reach of the IRS

England

You probably don’t spend a lot of time feeling sorry for a U.S. citizen named Meghan Markle, who is about to tie the proverbial knot with Prince Harry of England. But an article in the Wall Street Journal notes that Ms. Markle, and other American citizens who marry foreigners, face a lifetime of harassment by America’s Internal Revenue Service.

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IRS Providing Relief for Those Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Harvey

A recent decision by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has now allowed individuals who have been adversely affected by Hurricane Harvey to utilize the assets within their employer-sponsored plan(s) in order to address their financial needs. Continue reading “IRS Providing Relief for Those Affected by Hurricane Harvey”

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