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Lowering Federal Income Taxes Through Conservation Easements

Investing in land that is eligible for donation as a Conservation Easement can allow an individual taxpayer to deduct up to 50% of their Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) for tax year 2016.

In terms of potential tax savings, $50,000 expended toward purchasing such a property would, in the scenario of a conservation easement, result in a charitable deduction of $225,000 (up to 50% of AGI, as of 2014), and at a 39.6% rate of taxation, such a contribution would yield $89,100 in tax savings, and net cash savings of $39,100.

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