And of course, make sure the deduction is qualified.
By Barry J. Friedman, CPA
If your clients offer gifts or money to qualified organizations eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable contributions, they must do two things:
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- Have a bank record or written communication from the charity for any monetary contributions.
- Get a written acknowledgment from the charity for any single donation of $250 or more.