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Federal Tax Reform Statement

December 13, 2017 by CCF

Federal Tax Reform Implications and Unintended Consequences

Public policy can have significant impact on foundation work. Coastal Community Foundation urges our stakeholders to stay informed about the federal tax reform legislation that is being negotiated by GOP Senators and Representatives on Capitol Hill. It is a crucial time to understand the implications and unintended consequences the impending changes will have on the charitable giving sector. We are members of and stand with the policy statements of the Southeastern Council of Foundations. We are monitoring legislative updates and will provide information to our community as new developments arise.

Coastal Community Foundation is happy to address questions or concerns. Reach us at (843) 723-3635 and stay up to date on our latest news by following us on Facebook and Twitter


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