A philanthropic boom: "donor-advised funds"
Give and take
March 23, 2017
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Although such shenanigans are harder to pull off, there are still opportunities, mainly at smaller DAF-providers, says Roger Colinvaux of Columbus School of Law. A keen fraudster could set up a small non-profit, staff it himself, channel money into a DAF, claim the tax breaks, redirect the money back to the non-profit and draw a fat, tax-advantaged salary.
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Professor Roger Colinvaux's
Areas of Expertise
Political Activities of Nonprofits
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