Life income funds existed prior to the Tax Reform Act of 1969, and were held entirely by and only marketed by charitable institutions. The 1969 Act turned these unregulated funds into a statutory creature with definitive rules for qualification so the trust can deduct amounts held for charity and a participating donor can deduct amounts gifted to it. The rules in the Internal Revenue Code and Regulations are not lengthy, but every sentence casts out another rule that must be carefully followed.
Please note: Members who can not attend, now have the ability to send a substitute in their place at the member registration level.
Last minute cancellations: If you find you cannot attend, an e-mail to info@PGRTAZ.org gives us an idea of how many extra seats we may have for those arriving "at the door". Attending At the Door? Here's more information.......
PO Box 4130 Scottsdale, AZ 85261