Donor-Advised Funds: Giving with a Tax AdvantageFor more information, please download our whitepaper.ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S): PBMares, LLPThis content is authored by PBMares, LLP. The content of this post is accurate as of the date below. Always ensure you are reviewing the most recent information available. Contact your tax advisor if you need clarification.Don2020-12-01T16:04:32-05:00September 9, 2020|Categories: Tax: Individual, Wealth Management|Tags: Donor Advised Funds|SHARE THIS POST:FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInTumblrPinterestVkEmail Related Posts Watch for New Letters from the IRS — and Keep Them! Gallery Watch for New Letters from the IRS — and Keep Them! January 5, 2022The IRS is sending taxpayers new letters about the 2021 Economic Impact Payments and Advanced Child Tax Credit payments. The letters contain information necessary for calculating your tax refund correctly. Senate Finance Releases Build Back Better Text Gallery Senate Finance Releases Build Back Better Text December 13, 2021Senate Finance Committee Build Back Better language largely leaves House Bill unchanged. SALT language omitted as well as billionaires’ tax. A Closer Look at Charitable Giving Gallery A Closer Look at Charitable Giving November 23, 2021Charitable giving has many benefits on its own. Some taxpayers wrongly assume it is always beneficial for taxes, but that depends on individual tax circumstances and the type of donation.