Brad Bedingfield to Speak at Florida Tax Institute
About the Session
Thursday, February 15, 2024
8:00 - 9:00 AM
We often tell donors to identify their “tax-heavy” assets for their philanthropic gifts, allowing them the double benefit of income tax deductions and avoidance of taxable income. Highly appreciated assets that are soon to be sold are perfect in this regard. However, recent federal tax cases have demonstrated that, if done incorrectly, pre-sale charitable planning can backfire badly. Brad will discuss these recent cases and provide an overview of how donors should approach gifts of assets prior to a sale.
About the Florida Tax Institute
This annual conference, sponsored by the Florida Tax Education Foundation, Inc., has been organized by graduates and professors of the University of Florida, Levin College of Law, home of one of the top tax law programs in the United States.
Brad assists private foundations and public charities with navigating complex tax regulations and procedures, including receipt and disposition of complex charitable gifts and participation in innovative forms of impactful philanthropy.