International Charitable Giving

Author: Clive Cutbill
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780199659258
Format: PDF, Kindle
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An invaluable resource for all those involved in cross-border philanthropy, International Charitable Giving offers a comprehensive picture of the issues relevant to charitable giving worldwide. Alongside a thorough overview, the book provides detailed analysis of the interaction between a number of significant legal systems.

The Tax Law of Charitable Giving

Author: Bruce R. Hopkins
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118767667
Format: PDF
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A completely updated guide to the laws and regulationsgoverning charitable giving This fully updated Fifth Edition of The Tax Law ofCharitable Giving is the definitive resource for nonprofitlawyers, accountants, and fundraising professionals charged withnavigating the increasingly complex maze of charitable givingregulations. This new edition includes: Detailed documentation and citations, including references toregulations, rulings, cases, and tax literature An exhaustive index allowing for quick and easy reference Annual supplements to keep readers apprised of the latestdevelopments affecting tax-exempt healthcare organizations

International Charitable Giving

Author: Carole Shelbourn George
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
ISBN: 9781859660720
Format: PDF, Docs
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The philanthropic sector in international contexts is increasing in importance. The ability of donors from several nations to jointly finance international charitable programs requires knowledge of the tax deduction treatment of transnational donations. The developments in this area have given rise to the need among practitioners for a single-source guide with information on the functioning of voluntary organisations & revenue structures supporting this sector. International Charitable Giving: Laws & Taxation offers a survey of the laws, regulations, & policies describing the characteristics of exempt organisations & their activities in more than 50 countries. It includes information related to government regulation of exempt organisations & tax treatment of the donations they receive. In setting out this information, International Charitable Giving: Laws & Taxation also contributes to an understanding of exempt organisations' position within the overall social scheme of a country. Tax lawyers, in-house counsel, & human rights groups will appreciate the usefulness & practicality of this guide. By putting all of the key topical information in a single, updatable resource, International Charitable Giving: Laws & Taxation streamlines the process of obtaining the on-point, governing information in the field.

The Tax Law of Charitable Giving 2017 Supplement

Author: Bruce R. Hopkins
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119345456
Format: PDF, ePub
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The classic reference for charitable gift regulations, updated for 2017 The Tax Law of Charitable Giving is the leading guide to the law, rules, and regulations governing charitable giving. Author Bruce R. Hopkins is the most respected authority in the field; in this book, he provides a comprehensive update on the latest changes to the law, new Treasury Department regulations, and much more to help lawyers, managers, and development directors in tax-exempt organizations stay up-to-date on all regulations pertaining to charitable gifts. This 2017 update includes coverage of updated estate tax law, new substantiation requirements, appraisal requirements, recordkeeping, donor-advised funds, and the new healthcare tax on investment income of trusts, with detailed documentation, citations, and references to regulations, rulings, cases, and tax literature included. The companion website provides additional tables, appendices, IRS guidelines, and other useful documents to help nonprofits make fully informed decisions about their fund-development programs. As quickly as tax law evolves, it remains the nonprofit's responsibility to stay up-to-date and compliant with all relevant regulations. This book provides a definitive reference for the latest changes, new laws, and upcoming legislation to provide an accessible one-stop reference. Examine the latest changes to the laws surrounding charitable giving Learn how the new healthcare tax affects pooled income funds Understand the Treasury Department's new regulations for reporting, appraisal, and more Access reference tables, IRS guidelines, and other useful documents Charitable gifts are the cornerstone of the nonprofit organization's support, and American taxpayers give more than any other group worldwide. The rules surrounding these gifts are complex, but compliance is critical to the health of the organization. The Tax Law of Charitable Giving provides an authoritative reference for all aspects of the law, with the most up-to-date information available anywhere.

The Tax Law of Charitable Giving

Author: Bruce R. Hopkins
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119486556
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The classic reference for charitable gift regulations, updated for 2018 The Tax Law of Charitable Giving is the leading guide to the law, rules, and regulations governing charitable giving. Author Bruce R. Hopkins is the most respected authority in the field; in this book, he provides a comprehensive update on the latest changes to the law, new Treasury Department regulations, and much more to help lawyers, managers, and development directors in tax-exempt organizations stay up-to-date on all regulations pertaining to charitable gifts. The companion website provides additional tables, appendices, IRS guidelines, and other useful documents to help nonprofits make fully informed decisions about their fund-development programs. As quickly as tax law evolves, it remains the nonprofit's responsibility to stay up-to-date and compliant with all relevant regulations. This book provides a definitive reference for the latest changes, new laws, and upcoming legislation to provide an accessible one-stop reference. Examine the latest changes to the laws surrounding charitable giving Learn how the new healthcare tax affects pooled income funds Understand the Treasury Department's new regulations for reporting, appraisal, and more Access reference tables, IRS guidelines, and other useful documents Charitable gifts are the cornerstone of the nonprofit organization's support, and American taxpayers give more than any other group worldwide. The rules surrounding these gifts are complex, but compliance is critical to the health of the organization. The Tax Law of Charitable Giving provides an authoritative reference for all aspects of the law, with the most up-to-date information available anywhere.

A Lot of Give

Author: Catherine M. Walker
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780340804919
Format: PDF, Kindle
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What makes people give to charity? Is the wealth divide prompting a new age of philanthropy? Or is the spirit of giving drying up in an increasingly fragmented, individualistic, materialistic global society? A Lot of Give is the first book to provide up-to-date information on both the art and science of giving in the UK today. Decisions to give are not only about values or faith. They result from good charity communications, personal finance planning and evidence that donations can make difference to social needs. The current climate is seeing a decline in charitable social giving amidst growing social wealth. Many people could give much more than they do. And all those involved in charities should be asking themselves why don't. Charities need to capture a new spirit of giving though developing more imaginative and appropriate techniques of giving. This book aims to provide a significant resource for all those involved in stimulating a new age and culture of giving. It pulls together for the first time a wide range of information and research on trends in who gives, why people give, how much people give, how people give, e-philanthropy, tax incentives and tax effective giving, pub

Leben retten

Author: Peter Singer
Publisher:
ISBN: 3037900075
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Täglich sterben 27000 Kinder unter fünf Jahren, weil sie in Armut leben. Dieses Buch zeigt auf, wie Sie mindestens einem dieser Kinder das Leben retten könnten - und es erklärt Ihnen, warum Sie es nicht tun. Peter Singer rechnet vor, wie wir die Armut abschaffen könnten, indem jeder Einzelne, der nicht in Armut lebt, einen kaum spürbaren Teil seines Besitzes abgibt. Und er geht nüchtern der Frage nach, warum es uns so unendlich schwerfällt, diesen kleinen, aber alles verändernden Schritt zu machen. Ein Experiment: Einer Gruppe (A) wird in Aussicht gestellt, dass sie mit einer Spende einem Kind das Leben könnte. Einer zweiten Gruppe (B) wird ebenfalls in Aussicht gestellt, mit einer Spende Leben retten zu können - und zwar nicht nur von einem, sondern von acht Kindern. Ergebnis: Gruppe B spendet deutlich weniger als Gruppe A. Anhand dieses und vieler weiterer Experimente zeigt Peter Singer auf, welche psychologischen Faktoren uns davon abhalten, trotz rationaler Einsicht tatkräftig zur Lösung eines der größten Probleme der Menschheit beizutragen. Am Ende steht dabei weder eine Anklage noch eine moralische Entlastung - sondern ein konkreter Sieben-Punkte-Plan, mit dem die Armut auf der Welt abgeschafft werden kann.

US Policy Towards the Muslim World

Author: M. Saleem Kidwai
Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 0761851577
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The volume, comprised of fourteen contributions from specialists in the field, is a serious attempt to address and analyze key factors affecting US interests. It suggests measures for the US policy makers and provides a policy framework for enabling the US to face challenges and opportunities in the Muslim world.