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It's the end of the year, and wise investors are considering moves to reduce their tax liability for 2010.
Because I think the Holiday Season is an appropriate time to be generous to the charitable causes we hold most dear, I often recommend a tax-deductible holiday gift to a favorite organization.
With that in mind, would you consider such a holiday gift to FreedomWorks Foundation?
Your tax-deductible donation to FreedomWorks Foundation goes DIRECTLY to spreading the message of limited government. I think you'll agree that's better than sending money to the IRS to actually FUND Big Government.
Before you decide, let me take a moment to run down a few of FreedomWorks Foundation's important educational programs for the year 2011:
- Legal and technical support for nationwide Tea Party marches and rallies, which face countless logistical hurdles in the staging process.
- Arming "legislative entrepreneurs" in the new Congress with the tools and "know-how" to advance a legislative agenda rooted in the principles of economic freedom.
- Launching of Freedom U, an online "campus" which breaks down free-market economics and constitutional principles in understandable video format.
- Identifying and addressing pitfalls in ObamaCare implementation as it moves from theoretical legislation to actual application.
- In-depth critical analysis of the negative impact and side effects of Cap-and-Trade legislation and EPA regulatory policies.
- Expansion of our Sound Money Project to advance monetary policy discussion in the mainstream media and political dialogue.
As Vice-Chairman of FreedomWorks Foundation, I'm personally invested in these vital efforts. I'm encouraging you to get financially involved as well.
As I mentioned before, donations to FreedomWorks Foundation are fully tax-deductible as charitable gifts in accordance with section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
When you make your contribution to FreedomWorks Foundation, you will receive a receipt with all the information you'll need in order to deduct the contribution on your tax return due in April 2011.
Even small gifts can be deducted against your tax liability. With that in mind, please click here to make a contribution of $25, $50, $100, $250 or however much is right for you.
Some FreedomWorks Foundation supporters who face significant tax burdens make sizeable donations of $1,000 and upwards to reduce their considerable liability to the Federal Government. If you face a similar tax situation, you can call Emilia Huneke-Bergquist at (202) 942-7620 for assistance in making your tax-deductible contribution today to reduce your IRS liability.
And remember, no matter what you owe the IRS, your donation of any amount is tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Click here to give $50, $100, $250, $500, or any other amount today.
I hope you'll contemplate your financial condition as the year 2010 closes, and consider whether a tax-deductible contribution to FreedomWorks Foundation is right for your situation today.
With all the success of 2010, I predict 2011 will be an even better year for free-market principles. That's because I have confidence in the work FreedomWorks Foundation does, and confidence in the financial generosity of supporters like you that allows the Foundation to operate.
Please, help advance the cause of liberty (and earn an income tax deduction at the same time) by clicking here to make a generous contribution of $50, $100, $250, $500 or more today.
P.S. Remember, the deadline to reduce your Fiscal Year 2010 tax liability is fast approaching! Click here to make a tax-deductible gift to FreedomWorks Foundation before it's too late.