Should you be giving to charity? And is there a right or wrong way to go about it? Should you do it pre-tax or post-tax? Bet you never thought there would be this many things to consider when it came to giving to charity. Keep reading to figure out all of the answers!
What You’ll Learn:
In this episode of Money Meets Medicine, “Charitable Giving: Pre-Tax, Post-Tax, or Not at All?,” You’re going to learn…
- Why you should give to charity!
- What things specifically apply to physicians when it comes to giving.
- Whether you should give pre-tax or post-tax.
- Why charity is a great way to making money an idol.
- All about the great tax benefits.
- And more!
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Listener Question of the Week:
This episode’s listener question comes from Dr. RW:
“Are all of your savings accounts high-yield savings accounts? Do you have any savings accounts that are regular bank savings accounts?”
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