I usually donate about $20k to charities every year, and I don't have many other deductions to claim. Given that the new tax law doubles the standard deduction to $24k, I effectively don't get tax benefits from my charitable donations anymore because I don't have enough deductions to itemize.
Are there any creative loopholes to get around this so that when I donate to charity I reduce my taxable income? I know that one quasi-solution is to save up my charitable donations for several years and then give away a bunch of money within the same tax year so that I surpass the standard deduction in that year. But that's not good for the charities.
Are there any other ways to get a tax benefit from charitable donations under the new law? I own a small business, in case that provides any opportunities (though I gather that I can't write off cash donations made in the name of the business).