The Hurricane Katrina Emergency Tax Relief Act (KETRA) allows unlimited gifts to charity up to a donor’s total income until the end of 2005. This provision also permits unlimited IRA withdrawals and gifts to charity. Under Sec. 301(b)(1)(A), a “qualified contribution shall be allowed only to the extent that the aggregate of such contributions does not exceed the excess of the taxpayer’s contribution base (as defined in subparagraph (F) of section 170(b)(1) of such Code) over the amount of all other charitable contributions allowed under such section 170(b)(1)”. Therefore, a donor may usually make gifts up to 100% of adjusted gross income (AGI). You should consult with your tax advisors to determine the actual effect. Here are some questions and answers regarding the new act:When is this 100% gift deduction rule applicable?Qualifying cash gifts must be made between August 28, 2005 and December 31, 2005.
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