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  • Description

    The Internal Revenue Service frowns upon the overvaluation of real estate gifts. Appraisers thinking they are doing the donor a favor by providing a high range may actually do more damage than good. This CLE course will explain that whether it’s real estate, art, or any other property, the appraisal process must be carefully managed.

    The course will also detail the 30% limit on adjusted gross income on gifts and how that may impact appraisals.

  • Instructor Bio

    Robert Sharpe

    Robert Sharpe is a nationally recognized pioneer, leader and authority in the field of philanthropy. During more than 35 years serving America’s nonprofit community, he has consulted nationally with educational, health, social service, arts and religious organizations and institutions in the planning and implementation of their major, planned gift and endowment development efforts. A graduate of Vanderbilt University and Cornell Law School, he served as a development officer for a liberal arts college prior to practicing law with a major law firm specializing in taxation and estate planning.

    Robert is chairman of the philanthropy editorial board of Trusts & Estates magazine and co-author of the National Association of Charitable Gift Planners (CGP) Model Standards of Gift Valuation. He has served on the board of Giving USA and on strategic task forces for the CGP. Among other publications, his remarks have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Newsweek, Forbes, Smart Money, The Chronicle of Philanthropy and Kiplinger’s.

    He is a frequent speaker at gatherings across the country including Planned Giving Councils in New York, Washington, Chicago, and Los Angeles, the National Association of Charitable Gift Planners national conference, the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) National Conference, and the American Bankers Association Wealth Management and Trust Conference.

    Heath Delay

    Heath R. Delay is co-founder and principal of Redlands Corporation in Denver.