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Notes & Numbers, November 2017

What Counts as a Charitable Contribution?

Charitable contributions are limited to gifts of cash or property, but almost any kind of property will qualify—including cash, charges to a bank card, real estate, promissory notes, stocks and bonds, automobiles, art objects, books, buildings materials, collections, jewelry, easements, insurance policies, and inventory.

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