The Nature Conservancy's Donor Advised Fund
|Donor responsibility for record keeping and tax return preparation||No||Yes|
|Basis of income tax charitable deduction for gifts of appreciated property||Market value|
(except publicly traded stock)
|Maximum income tax charitable deduction allowed per year||30% of adjusted gross income for property; 50% for cash||20% of adjusted gross income for property; 30% for cash|
|Tax on net investment income||None||1 - 2%|
|Advisory privileges||Yes: The Nature Conservancy receives at least 20% ad other charities receive up to 80%||Yes|
|Donor can designate an advisor for future years||Yes||Yes|
* This chart reflects current laws and could change.
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