Last week Republican leaders unveiled a “unified framework” for tax reform that will serve as the basis for major tax reform legislation currently being drafted by the two tax-writing committees. This legislation, expected to move through Congress later this year, would significantly reduce charitable giving in America. Although the framework maintains the current-law charitable deduction, the vast majority of taxpayers – as many as 95 percent! – would no longer itemize deductions on their taxes, meaning the charitable deduction would become virtually meaningless to them.
Membership with CGP its not just about papers and research. Networking with your peers at CGP events is a great way to learn and enhance your career. From virtual advocacy updates and member-exclusive webinars to the largest conference on philanthropic planning, CGP offers members top-notch education that's both effective and convenient.
The National Conference on Philanthropic Planning (NCPP) is quickly approaching and CGP has created an app for the conference to provide attendees with session schedules, speaker information, speaker papers, access to affinity group Q&A, sponsor and exhibitor information and more.
There are a few best practices on how-to use the NCPP app to get the most out of your conference experience.
Thirty new resources just hit CGP Link, the online community for CGP members. Each year, as the National Conference on Philanthropic Planning approaches, we release papers from the previous year. Whether or not you attended the 2016 conference, you can type NCPP2016 in the Resources search field to study up on innovations and best practices shared by a great group of presenters.
Join us in Baltimore October 9-11, 2017 for the National Conference on Philanthropic Planning (NCPP) to engage with hundreds of professionals in exploring progressive, cutting edge content to build and re-energize your charitable gift planning skills.