Unintended consequences?

There’s been minimal comment or publicity of what may be an unintended hit to charitable giving. Although it will be individual donors, not the charity, who will pay the penalty for falling into this new trap, it is incumbent on charities to make sure their donors are aware of the change, if nothing else to preserve donor goodwill.

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