By designating funds to go directly to charity, individuals can limit their taxable income and avoid consequences for Social Security and Medicare benefits based on income.
By designating funds to go directly to charity, individuals can limit their taxable income and avoid consequences for Social Security and Medicare benefits based on income. Fotolia TNS
By designating funds to go directly to charity, individuals can limit their taxable income and avoid consequences for Social Security and Medicare benefits based on income. Fotolia TNS

Tax code change expected to be financial benefit to Sacramento region’s arts nonprofits

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