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RODRIGUEZ HORII CHOI & CAFFERATA, LLP • ATTORNEYS AT LAW
After successfully practicing with major law firms, the partners of Rodriguez, Horii, Choi & Cafferata came together in 1996 with a common vision: Combine a full range of services for tax exempt organizations and develop powerhouse solutions for major foundations, philanthropic organizations and discerning ultra-high net worth individuals. “It is our job to find strategies to make ‘the watch’ run smoothly and not tell you how the watch was made.”
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Regulating DAFs Will Not Increase Funding to End User Charities
The May/June Issue of Taxations of Exempts, a Thomson Reuters publication, includes “Regulating DAFs Will Not Increase Funding to End User Charities” by RHCC attorneys Reynolds Cafferata and Susanna Kim. The article looks at recent large-scale studies of giving habits of donors to donor advised funds and concludes that proposed regulations of donor advised funds […]
Self-Dealing — Not Just Do No Harm, Just Don’t Do it
Private foundations are subject to self-dealing rules that can be difficult to navigate. The difficulties arise in part because the self-dealing rules can be violated by transactions that provide a benefit to the foundation. Further, self-dealing transactions can occur even when there is not a direct transaction between the foundation and a related party. Reynolds […]
Latest DAF Ruling
Donors Lack Standing to Challenge Action of DAF Sponsor Unless DAF Made a Specific Promise In Philip Pinkert v. Schwab Charitable Fund, Case No. 20-cv-076657-LB (N.D., Cal.), the court dismissed the lawsuit of a donor to a donor advised fund (“DAF”) for lack of standing. In Pinkert, the donor made contributions to Schwab Charitable Fund […]
RHCC provides comments to the IRS re Donor-Advised Funds
Reynolds T. Cafferata provides comments to the IRS on the guidance regarding donor advised funds proposed in Notice 2017-73. READ THE LETTER HERE >