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You should work with your broker to ensure that the QCD is sent directly to the charity, so it is a QCD, rather than a deductible charitable contribution. QCDs are limited to $100k per year.

Not necessarily. The institutions that I use, mail the QCD check (made out to the charitable organization) directly to me. I then mail (etc) to the organization, after scanning everything for my tax records.


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