Financial Planning: Gifts & Donations

Donating Your Company Stock To Charities And Private Foundations (Part 1) This is premium content

Joshua Husbands
The celebrated philanthropy of Warren Buffet has prompted much interest in contributing to charities. In this article series, learn about setting up a charitable foundation, donating company stock, and navigating the related issues of taxation and securities law. Part 1 emphasizes private foundations, direct stock gifts to charities and donor-advised funds, and the issues involved in transferring stock options or restricted stock.
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