Q. I have about $500,000 in cash accounts from a life insurance payout. I don’t need the money for retirement or for living expenses, and I don’t have any relatives to leave it to. If I decide to give to charity, what’s the best strategy? Monthly, yearly or in a lump sum when I …
Q. I have a car to donate to charity, however, I keep hearing to be careful. How does one determine a good organization and the value for IRS purposes. I want to maximize giving benefits without getting ripped off or disappointed by the giving process.
Q. My parents died and I’m thinking of donating everything they had to a charity. How do I properly value all their stuff so the correct deductions can be made on my tax return? I’m the executor and the only beneficiary.
One out of every seven Americans relies regularly on food banks. In New Jersey, the ratio is smaller but still significant -- one out of 10. Once again this year, several groups are uniting to drive up the number of donations to Garden State food banks.
Feed Our Children NOW! will gather in the parking lot of the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden this Friday, during Vans Warped Tour presented by Journeys, in an effort to shatter the official world record for the most food collected in an eight-hour period in one location.