Charitable Giving - Idaho Estate Planning

Carefully Examine Your Idaho Charity

We have more than passed thehalf-way mark of the year 2013. And even though many charitable donors waituntil year-end to make their contributions, it is never too early to start evaluatingyour charitable goals and the charities themselves.To help prime the pump regardingyour charitable giving...

The Gift of College Funding in Boise, Idaho

When planning for the future ofone’s grandchildren, many are looking for ways to assist in the increasingcosts of continuing education. Have you considered giving the gift of collegefunding to your grandchildren?A recent piece in ElderLawAnswers.com titled “Gifts to Grandchildren: What Do...

Idaho, Do You Understand the Annual Gift Exclusion?

Giving is a real treat for thoseinvolved, especially when gift taxes are avoided for all. But one of thebiggest sources of confusion for the Annual Gift Exclusion is the number ofsuch gifts you can make and to whom you can make them.A recent Q&A in The Wall Street Journal titled [spoileralert]...

Is Charitable Giving in Treasure Valley From the Heart or the Head?

When it comes to giving tocharity, who wins when it’s the “head vs. heart” scenario? Emotional ties to acharity are strong, yet there are many considering a logical approach tomeasurable donations. The head vs. the heart, as itoccurs in charitable planning, was the topic of a recent...

Even In Difficult Economy Charitable Giving Continues in Idaho

Amazingly, despite tougheconomic times in 2012, Americans actually increased their charitable giving. Asince charity is considered the easiest, most joyous of human acts – this isgood news all around!As recentlynoted by CNN Money, “Americans were much more charitable lastyear.”Charitable...
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