Philanthropic organizations have been on edge since Republicans rammed through the monumental tax bill: Will Americans give as generously now that the incentives have completely shifted? Recent research provides little hope for them. The idea that charitable activity should receive preferential tax treatment dates back to medieval England, but Americans didn’t start seeing rewards until…
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