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The 2010 Tax Law


For your convenience, highlights of The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance ­Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010 are provided:

  • The federal income tax brackets (10%, 25%, 28%, 33% and 35%) have been extended through the end of 2012.
  • For taxpayers in the 25% and above tax bracket, the capital gains and qualified ­dividends rates will remain 15% through 2012.
  • The itemized deduction limitation, the provision requiring taxpayers to reduce ­itemized deductions (at certain income levels), has been suspended through 2012.
  • The IRA charitable rollover provision that satisfies the Required Minimum ­Distribution for donors age 70½ or older was extended to 2011.
  • Adjustments were made to the estate, gift and generation-skipping tax rates, including a lower 35% tax rate and an enhanced $5-million exemption, as well as portability of a spouse’s unused exemption for use in the survivor’s estate.

Further details are available at the Planned Giving website.

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Ben Madonia

Director of Planned Giving
866-729-0317 bmadonia@hamilton.edu

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Sharon Rippey P'12

Director, Alumni Relations
   
866-729-0314 srippey@hamilton.edu

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Fred Rogers

Director of Annual Giving
     
866-729-0315 giving@hamilton.edu
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