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  • The donor must be 70 1/2 or older
  • The gift must be made directly from the IRA to an eligible charitable orgnization in 2013
  • Gifts to all charities combined cannot exceed a total of $100,000 for the year
  • The gifts must be outright, and no material benefits can be received in return for the gift
  • The gift is not included in taxable income and no charitable deduction is allowed
  • The gift can only be made from an IRA
  • You want to make a charitable gift and your IRA constitutes the largest share of your available assets.
    – You are required to take a minimum distribution from your IRA, but you do not need additional income
  • You do not itemize your deductions. The IRA transfer will not be included in your taxable income even if you do not itemize other deductions
  • You would like to make an additional charitable gift, but it would not be deductible because of the annual 50-percent-of-adjusted-gross-income limitation on charitable contributions. The charitable IRA rollover is equivalent to a deduction because it is not included in taxable income