Cartoon: Giving for Tax Purposes

If you've ever created receipts for church offerings and donations, you've probably been asked to receipt donated property.


On a more serious note, Richard Hammar offers a couple of lessons on how to meet IRS requirements for non-cash contributions of $5,000 or less and $5,000 or more.

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