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David Wills and Bruce Neurohr share how the federal budget deficit is pushing lawmakers to do the unthinkable. Like it or not, significant changes are coming to the charitable tax deduction and how tax-exempt organizations are defined. This session illustrates the ways that the National Christian Foundation can serve you and your clients as you seek to take full advantage of the current tax laws by unlocking the vast majority of assets your clients don’t even consider in their giving plans.
Bruce Neurohr is a Generosity Champion for the National Christian Foundation (NCF). He previously served as NCF's Vice President of Strategic Relationships and Vice President/National Relationship Manager. He is a Board Member and World Race Coach at Adventures in Missions, and he is also the President/CEO of Chief Architect, Inc. He received his bachelors degree from Ithaca College.
Since 1998, David Wills has been president of The National Christian Foundation. Under his leadership, NCF has become the largest Christian grant-making foundation in the world. NCF has offices in over 28 cities, holds over $1.6 billion in assets, and serves over 9,700 families, companies, and ministries. David serves on the boards of Generous Giving, Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), ProVision Foundation, International Christian Foundation, the Chick-fil-A Foundation, and Global Generosity. David and his wife, Chris, live north of Atlanta with their seven children.