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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Sandra Swirski
"The charitable deduction incentive is different than any other deduction or credit in the tax code," said Sandra Swirski, executive director of the Alliance for Charitable Reform, which lobbies on behalf of donors and private foundations.
The deduction encourages people to give away income, while other deductions and credits encourage people to buy things they can then write off, she noted.