The National Grocers Association said Thursday it commends the House of Representatives for passing the Fighting Hunger Incentive Act of 2014, which makes charitable enhanced deductions for food donations permanent. Making the law permanent “provides predictability for independent grocers of all sizes and allows our members to give back to their community in a beneficial way [while reducing their taxable income],” Greg Ferrara, VP of public affairs, said. “While NGA fully ...

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