Jewish Federation raises nearly a billion dollars every year to provide the basic infrastructure that supports the global Jewish community.
Did you know that contributing appreciated stock is not only appreciated but can be a valuable tool for paying off an existing gift, paying a new gift or endowing a gift?
Capital Gains tax in 2014 is 15% if you are in the 25-35% income tax bracket OR 20% if you are in the highest tax bracket of 39.6%.
If a couple earning $250,000 or more in 2014, they will pay an additional tax of 3.8% called Net Investment Income Tax (aka Obamacare tax or Medicare surtax).
If you have a choice between contributing stock versus cash, you may benefit more with donating stock.
Questions? Call Questions to Keith Goldmann, Jewish Community Foundation Director, at
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