In Pennsylvania, a qualified charitable distribution is a distribution made to a qualified charity.
The IRS has regulations governing what is and is not considered a qualified distribution.
This section will explain how to file a charitable registration in Pennsylvania.
Qualified charitable distributions must be made to qualified charities, but they can also be made for the benefit of other individuals, businesses, or organizations.
Qualifying distributions can be made by: Giving a qualified individual a charitable contribution for a qualifying period.
This is usually done with an itemized check that includes a list of eligible individuals.
For example, if you donate $1,000 to the American Red Cross, the itemized amount would be $1.00.