Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin listens as President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting on the federal budget in the White House in Washington on Feb. 22. Tax plans being considered now could severely curtail the incentives for charitable donations and therefore put many charities at risk, says John R. Anzivino, a principal in charge of the estate, trust and exempt organization practice of Kaufman Rossin.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin listens as President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting on the federal budget in the White House in Washington on Feb. 22. Tax plans being considered now could severely curtail the incentives for charitable donations and therefore put many charities at risk, says John R. Anzivino, a principal in charge of the estate, trust and exempt organization practice of Kaufman Rossin. Evan Vucci AP, File
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin listens as President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting on the federal budget in the White House in Washington on Feb. 22. Tax plans being considered now could severely curtail the incentives for charitable donations and therefore put many charities at risk, says John R. Anzivino, a principal in charge of the estate, trust and exempt organization practice of Kaufman Rossin. Evan Vucci AP, File

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