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Gifts of Property: Help Donors Get It Right
Gifts of Property: Help Donors Get It Right
Three examples demonstrate how to substantiate donations of land and buildings in accordance with tax law.

This article is the first of a two-part series on substantiating noncash gifts. Part two, featured in the September issue, will focus on the special rules related to donations of noncash "personal property"—such as clothing, cars, boats, household items, and stock.

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