After back-to-back storms pummeled Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico, many people upped their charitable contributions for 2017. Now it’s time to reap the tax benefit.
Daniel Borochoff, president of CharityWatch.org, predicts donations could surpass last year’s record high, driven primarily by overall economic growth, although the recent disasters will also play a role.
“The giving climate will be heightened,” he said.
And while taxes might not have been at the forefront <a…