Charitable Deduction When a Charitable Gift Annuity is Donated to Charity

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Conventional wisdom has been that the gain upon the sale or exchange of an income interest in a charitable gift annuity is taxable as ordinary income. If the donor gifted his income interest to charity, he would only be able to deduct his investment in the contract as a charitable contribution, as amounts attributable to ordinary income are not deductible under Section 170(e) of the Code. We believe the authority for this proposition is debatable. This presentation considers how income interest in a CGA may be an attractive asset for donation to charity under the right circumstances.
Author Name
Emanuel Kallina II
Author 2
Elisabth Koenig
Source
National Conference on Philanthropic Planning
Publication Year
2010
Topic
Gift Design
Document Type
Conference Paper
User Target
Getting Oriented, Honing Skills, Expanding Expertise
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NCPP2010_kallina-koenig.pdfNCPP2010_kallina-koenig.pdfNew description186 KB
Keywords
Syllabus 5.0, NCPP2010

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