Here’s how it works:
If a person is at least age 72 1/2, they must take a RMD from their IRA (except Roth IRAs) or incur a penalty. They may take more than the minimum at their discretion.
Individuals would contact their IRA account manager to make the Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) and their funds can be distributed to the GLC General Fund.
The maximum annual exclusion for QCDs is $100,000. Any QCD in excess of the $100,000 exclusion limit is included in income as any other distribution.
GLC would acknowledge to the giver the receipt of the contribution.
The donation is tax exempt even if the individual does not itemize deductions for income tax purposes because the IRA account manager would not identify this to the IRS as reportable income in accordance with the tax code.
If you have questions, contact your financial advisor, accountant, or tax preparer.