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ACR News 09.05.14—What to Expect When Congress Returns

>> Federal: Washington Roundup
>> Federal: Looking Ahead
>> Federal: Paul Ryan Discusses Civil Society, Charitable Deduction
>> Federal: Consider This
>> Top Reads: Tax-Smart Philanthropy Made Easy


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ACR News 08.22.14—Ryan ‘No’ on Cap, Giving Increases in Puerto Rico

>> Federal: Washington Roundup
>> Federal: Rep. Ryan: No Cap for Charitable Deduction
>> Federal: Charitable Deduction Leads to a Sharp Increase of Donors in Puerto Rico
>> Federal: New Director for K-12 Programs
>> Top Reads: Proving Conventional Wisdom Wrong (Again) on Charitable Giving Tax Incentives


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ACR News 08.08.14—No Recess for the ACR Newsletter

>> Federal: Washington Roundup
>> Federal: Philanthropic Achievement of the Week
>> Federal: ACR Panels at the Annual Meeting
>> Top Reads: Are Americans getting less greedy?


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Tax Policy and Private Charitable Giving

Eugene Steuerle Discusses a New Study on How Tax Proposals Could Affect Giving

Eugene Steuerle, who serves as the Richard B. Fisher Chair at the Urban Institute, discusses the most recent study from the Urban Institute and Brookings Institution entitled: Description and Analysis of the Camp Tax Reform Plan. Steuerle explains how the tax policy included in the draft affects the charitable sector and offers his thoughts on provisions that would help strengthen it.

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ACR News 07.28.14: House Passes Legislation, Expert Analysis of Camp Draft, Looking Ahead

>> Federal: Washington Roundup
>> Federal: Chairman Ryan Pens Op-Ed
>> Federal: Senate Continues Hearings
>> Federal: Interview with Eugene Steuerle
>> Federal: Outlook Through the End of the Year
>> Consider This: Connecting with Lawmakers in August
>> Top Reads: House strengthens tax breaks for charitable giving


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ACR News 07.11.14—ACR Hits the Hill

>> Federal: Washington Roundup
>> Federal: ACR Hits the Hill
>> Federal: Ryan Pens Op-Ed
>> Consider This: Connecting with Lawmakers
>> Top Reads: Charitable Giving Chugs Along, Up 0.9%


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ACR Blog: W&M Tax Extenders Markup

House Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp (R-MI) held a markup (which is a formal amendment process) on May 29 on another group of tax extenders – annually expiring tax incentives – and related bills that the Chairman hopes to make permanent. The Committee considered three charity-related bills: a permanent extension of the IRA charitable rollover (introduced by Rep. Aaron Schock (R-IL) and Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR); a permanent extension of the deduction for qualified conservation easements; and a permanent extension of the enhanced deduction for food donations.

The Committee also considered two other bills, both of which have long been ACR priorities.

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ACR News 05.30.14—Mixed Messages

>> Federal: ACR in the News
>> Federal: Washington Roundup
>> Federal: Ways and Means Committee Markup
>> Federal: ACR Webinar
>> Consider This: Mixed Messages
>> Top Reads: Charities adopt bunker mentality on taxes


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(VIDEO) ACR Webinar Focuses on Donor-Advised Funds

The rising popularity of donor-advised funds (DAFs) has caught the attention of the nonprofit community and congressional leaders. Despite their popularity, however, DAFs are still widely misunderstood, particularly by those outside of the charitable sector and by policymakers. For these and other reasons, the Alliance for Charitable Reform conducted its most recent webinar on May 28 entitled The Increased Popularity – and Scrutiny – of Donor-Advised Funds.

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ACR News 05.02.14—Tax Extenders, ACR Webinar, Simon Prize

>> Federal: Inching Towards a Tax Showdown
>> Federal: ACR Webinar
>> Federal: Jon Huntsman Sr. Recipient of 2014 William E. Simon Prize
>> Top Reads: Race is on to restore tax breaks


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