Many individuals and families are charitably inclined but need help aligning their resources, priorities, and philosophy. As a group of wealth professionals, the Spectrum team is uniquely positioned to counsel and assist in determining what, when, and how to give to charitable organizations. It is essential to analyze each unique individual situation to identify opportunities and model outcomes in order to optimize the impact of charitable gifts.
This checklist helps guide you in considering and implementing a charitable giving strategy. It covers:
- Philanthropic motivations and goals
- Cash flow considerations
- Asset selection when funding gifts
- Charitable giving vehicles
- Tax planning and deductibility
**This guide has been updated to incorporate new changes made by The SECURE Act 2.0 that are effective for the 2023 year. Any SECURE Act 2.0 changes that are effective for 2024 will be incorporated into this guide at the start of the 2024 year.
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