Publicly Traded Securities


Publicly traded securities are the most common form of noncash charitable gift asset. This paper reviews various types of publicly traded securities, discusses their suitability as a charitable gift assets and the unique rules that may apply to their transfer, reviews the rules concerning valuation for charitable contribution deduction purposes, and what constitutes delivery for federal tax purposes.

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