Do I need to get written confirmation from a charity for a donation?
Yes, but only if the donation has a fair market value greater than $250. If the donation is less than $250, then you do not need to obtain a written confirmation/notice from the charity.
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How to calculate itemized deduction for a cash contribution?
Assuming the cash contribution is to a qualified charity, the taxpayer can deduct up to 60% of their AGI. For example, if the taxpayer had adjusted gross income of $100,000 and made charitable donations in the form of cash of $70,000 during the year, and then the deduction would be limited to $60,000 ($100,000 x […]
Can an S corporation take a deduction for charitable contributions?
No, S Corporations are not allowed to deduct charitable contributions on the tax return. Charitable contributions would be separately stated and included on the K-1 for the individual taxpayer:
Are charitable donations tax deductible for C Corporations?
Yes, but with certain limitations. C Corporations can deduct contributions to qualified charitable organizations, but the deduction is limited to 10% of the corporation’s taxable income.