IU School of Philanthropy dean to testify before Congress
From the IU Newsroom
Eugene R. Tempel, founding dean of the Indiana University School of Philanthropy and former president of the IU Foundation, has been selected to testify at a congressional hearing this week examining the impact of tax policies on charitable giving.
At the Feb. 14 hearing in front of the House Committee on Ways and Means, Tempel is expected to provide testimony detailing the importance of charitable giving to U.S. society, and the potential impact on giving of limiting tax benefits for charitable donations.
The School of Philanthropy worked with the office of Rep. Todd Young, R-Ind., a member of the Ways and Means committee, to secure Tempel’s participation in the hearing. The committee has called the hearing as part of its work to pursue comprehensive tax reform.
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