Charitable Giving and Tax Tips

Jones, Dan
November 2006
PN;Nov2006, Vol. 60 Issue 11, p19
Trade Publication
The article discusses several tips about income-tax deductions for charitable contributions. In order for the contributions to be tax deductible, it must be made to U.S. organizations and must conform two limitations which are the charity type and the item donated. Morever, the author suggests to consult a financial planner or tax advisor before taking any tax or financial planning strategy.


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