Individual Giving Compared To Charitable Gross Receipts

Research Report

Individual Giving Compared To Charitable Gross Receipts

Abstract

Individual giving to public charities-most of which comes in the form of charitable deductions from tax filers who itemize on their returns-actually comprises only a small part of charities gross receipts each year: between 8 and 12 percent of gross receipts over the 1996-2003 period.

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