Eligible IRA owners may transfer up to $100,000 in tax-free gifts to charity

Source: IRS

Tax pros: Remember individual retirement arrangement (IRA) owners age 70½ or older can transfer up to $100,000 to charity tax-free each year. These transfers, known as qualified charitable distribution (QCDs), offer eligible older Americans a great way to easily give to charity before the end of the year. And, for those who are at least 73 years old, QCDs count toward the IRA owner’s required minimum distribution (RMD) for the year.

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