Most Republicans support killing the estate tax as part of a tax overhaul, but doing so could have dire consequences for something else conservatives cherish — charitable giving.

President Donald Trump along with top GOP lawmakers have proposed ending what they call the death tax — a 40% levy that’s applied to estates worth more than $5.49 million for individuals and $10.98 million for married couples. The tax affected only 0.2% of estates in 2015.

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