Policy Frees Up Snowbirds To Give Charitably

Like Florida, New York, Massachusetts, and Connecticut, the Illinois Department of Revenue has adopted new regulations which ensure that out of state donors will not be penalized for continuing to donate to their favorite local charities.

Lindsey’s latest article explains that the department will no longer consider a taxpayer’s charitable contribution to a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization in determining residency. To learn more, download “Policy Frees up Snowbirds to Give Charitably,” published in the September edition of the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.

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Policy Frees Up Snowbirds To Give Charitably