AAMFT Practice Protection Fund (PPF)

The purpose of the AAMFT Practice Protection Fund is to fund work relating to serious threats to the profession or opportunities to advance the profession, such as legal and lobbying expenses.  All AAMFT members, as well as non-members, can contribute to the AAMFT Practice Protection Fund.

Learn more about PPF by visiting AAMFT Advocacy link:  www.aamft.org/Advocacy/Practice_Protection_Fund

 

Are contributions to the AAMFT Practice Protection Fund tax-deductible?

Payments to the AAMFT Practice Protection Fund may be deductible as a business expense. However, IRS regulations limit the deduction based on the association’s lobbying expenses. Contributions to the AAMFT Practice Protection Fund are not deductible as a charitable contribution for income tax purposes. Consult your tax adviser regarding issues with tax deductions.

How do I make my voluntary contribution to the AAMFT Practice Protection Fund?

Make a voluntary contribution to the AAMFT Practice Protection Fund at any time. AAMFT dues renewal notices will also include a voluntary amount that members may contribute to the AAMFT Practice Protection Fund. Members are free to contribute additional amounts to the fund by simply changing the amount listed on your dues invoice.

Donations can also be made through the AAMFT website:  Advocacy Donation to AAMFT Practice Protection Fund