Individual Fundraising Laws?


The laws that apply to fundraising for an individual vary from state to state. These laws are similar to those that apply to fundraising for an established group but are slightly less restrictive. The fundraising requires an account to be created that will be used specifically for the deposit of the funds that are raised. This account should be in the name of the beneficiary if possible. The person who is raising funds must notify the donors that they could be liable for a gift tax depending on the size of their contribution.
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