The IRA Charitable Rollover Is Back
There are Still Donor Opportunities for 2014!
Make a tax-free distribution from your IRA accounts (up to $100,000) to charitable organizations like the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
The IRA Charitable Rollover was enacted to encourage older Americans to give out of their IRA accounts. Congress has provided a one year extension of tax provisions through December 31, 2014, retroactive to January 1, 2014.
This is a popular avenue to make a meaningful outright gift to RMEF.
- People age 70½ and older can take advantage of this opportunity to give up to $100,000 tax-free to charity.
- These charitable rollovers qualify for the yearly required minimum distributions (RMD).
- While the IRA owner cannot take an income tax deduction for this transfer, they won’t have to report the transfer as taxable income.
- Transfer the money directly from their IRA accounts to charitable organizations.
- They do not itemize deductions.
- They pay state income tax but cannot take charitable deductions on their state return.
- They would not be able to deduct all of their charitable contributions because of deduction limitations, or
- An increase in taxable income would negatively affect their ability to use other deductions.
Please consult your financial advisors to confirm this concept works for you.
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