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Video: IRS Rules for Charitable Giving
Most donations to places of worship, international relief organizations and war veterans groups are tax-deductible. Learn the IRS rules for charitable contributions, what qualifies and what doesn't. Read more…

Charitable Contributions You Think You Can Claim but Can't
Knowing what you can and can't claim as charitable contributions helps you maximize the potential tax savings that the charitable tax deduction offers. Read more…

Charitable Contributions
Learn how to get the biggest tax savings when making charitable contributions of cash or checks, household goods, cars or appreciated property. Read more…

Are Political Contributions Tax Deductible?
When elections start picking up, you might be looking to donate or work with your campaign of choice. But are political contributions tax-deductible? Read more…

Video: Deducting Charitable Contributions
You can deduct most or all of your charitable contributions. Just be sure to follow the IRS's hard-and-fast rules. Read more…

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