What do the new changes in deductions and tax rates mean for your organization?
How will this impact your individual donors?
What will it mean to your lead donors?
What do you do to make sure your mission doesn’t lose out?
Join us for a 45-minute webinar to learn what the new tax law may mean for your donors and your fundraising. Financial Advisor Jennifer Hatch, and business and tax expert Tina Salandra, CPA, have worked with the LGBTQI and other social justice communities through ups and downs, helping many of our donors secure their financial paths and support organizations that help secure equality and justice. In this conversation, they will share insights into the practical implications of the new tax law, including what we know and what we don’t know so that you can develop strategies to secure continued support.
This webinar is presented by Gabriel Blau Consulting and Equality New York with Amalgamated Bank and Stonewall Community Foundation.
Jennifer Hatch, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, is President of Christopher Street Financial with over thirty years of investment experience. She specializes in the complicated financial, legal and tax issues that impact LGBT individuals and families – and their friends!
Tina Salandra, CPA, as Numerical’s Principal, has over 20 years of experience in tax, accounting, and business services. Her clients include small business owners, self-employeds, and higher income professionals. She also specializes in tax planning for Same-Sex couples.