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Tag: charity

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Your GoFundMe donations can be deductible provided that they are being sent to the correct type of organization - a registered 501(c)(3) organization.

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With the holiday season upon us, fake charities are on the rise. Below are some factors to take into consideration before making a donation.

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This is a brief summary of the IRS's numerous requirements in regard to charitable giving.

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I want to donate to my favorite politician’s 2016 campaign for our state’s House of Representatives. Are there limits to how much I can deduct?

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Could you advise on how the value of items is determined for charitable contributions? I am about to donate several of my designer suits to charity. 

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Form 1023-EZ is a more streamlined process is available to small charitable organizations applying for 501(c)(3) tax exempt status.

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Do feel motivated to give money to an organization after the last hurricane/tornado/flood/fire? Did you get a phone call, email, personal appeal by someone?

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You cleaned out your closets, attic and garage this year and took all of those piles down to your local charity drop-off location. (I bet that felt good.) 

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