The Internal Revenue Service has issued a guide sheet for organizations that maintain donor-advised funds to help safeguard against abuses.
Donor-advised funds allow organizations to make contributions that are generally treated similarly to contributions to charities, providing them with greater tax benefits than donations to private foundations. The guide sheet includes a series of questions to establish whether the organization qualifies as a sponsoring organization.
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