“Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s; unto God the things that are God’s”
Tax season is once again upon us. With your annual tax bill looming, are you resigned to simply putting your head in the sand, sending a check to Washington D.C., and forgetting all about it until next year? Or are you committed to doing something now? Are you serious about reducing your 2015 tax burden?
What if you learned of a way to reduce your 2015 taxes, take those same government-bound dollars and use them to make an impact on people’s lives on your own terms. Here’s the gift to give yourself this tax season: the gift of intentional giving. What is intentional giving? It’s a commitment to approach your giving with business-like precision, fueled by a desire to be a good and faithful steward of all that God has given you.
Here are four components to intentional giving: