Don't Let Tax Changes Torpedo Charitable Giving: Learn how at Oishei Bond Seminar
March 13, 2018
By: Thomas W. Simcoe
As a result of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, 21 million taxpayers will no longer be claiming charitable deductions beginning in 2018. Resulting decreases in charitable giving have been projected for up to $20 billion annually. Come learn how this could impact your nonprofit organization, and strategies for defying the trends.
This presentation will provide:
- Strategies that your donors’ accountants may be giving them in order to continue to get tax benefits for charitable giving.
- The compelling case for why changes in the tax law should not affect donations to your organization at all.
- Fundamental legal and tax considerations that your organization should focus on when seeking new revenue sources to offset decreases in donations.
- Ways to effectively communicate the ramifications of tax law changes to your donors.
Who should attend?
- Nonprofit Professionals
- Nonprofit Trustees
- Nonprofit Directors
- Nonprofit Consultants
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Avant Building - Embassy Suites
200 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14202
8:30 - 9 a.m. Registration and continental breakfast
9 - 10:30 a.m. Presentation
Early Bird Registration: $20
After February 28 Registration Fee: $35
Please note, capacity is limited so please register early to ensure your spot!
Fee includes complimentary valet parking and continental breakfast.
Facilitator: Karen Lee Spaulding, Vice President of Philanthropic Support, John R. Oishei Foundation
Presenters: Thomas W. Simcoe, Esquire, Bond Schoeneck & King PLLC
Susan Kirkpatrick, Owner, Kirkpatrick Communications, Inc.