May 4, 2021—The ongoing pandemic has made philanthropy more important than ever. The good news is some of the charitable giving tax benefits, originally enacted through the CARES Act at the start of the pandemic, have been extended through 2021. In today’s podcast, Carol Kroch, national director of philanthropic planning, discusses how to take advantage of tax changes related to charitable giving this year, while also addressing how future tax increases may work to a donor’s advantage.

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