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    Goodwill donations irs 8283
    I'm always brainstorming ideas and I am someone who likes to tinker with things. Browse classifieds, buy/sell, etc... I currently have a solid paying job but do not enjoy 56-84 hour weeks. I want to start up a business for myself with potential to only work for myself in the future.

    My question for now is:

    Could I pick up good condition free items and donate to goodwill with potential to be $10,000-$20,000 worth of write offs from there or is there some certain cap? I would like to possibly have a professional business name to sell/part out some items so that I could write off my vehicle's mileage and other similar things. (Show little to no profits for this "business" while working my normal job. Looking for a nice write off, sorry for the ramble.


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    IRS Links for Forms and Instructions — IRS Tax Forms Form 8283 is used to report information about noncash charitable contributions. Form 8282 is used to report information to the IRS and donors about dispositions of certain charitable deduction property made within 3 years after the donor contributed the property.


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    IRS Links for Forms and Instructions — IRS Tax Forms Form 8283 is used to report information about noncash charitable contributions. Form 8282 is used to report information to the IRS and donors about dispositions of certain charitable deduction property made within 3 years after the donor contributed the property.


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    It's better to look into getting information from a certified accountant. There may be limitations to the software that needs manual input. Salary wages should not be guessed. - Steven C Wyer


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    Contact a CPA. That is your best bet.


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    IRS Links for Forms and Instructions — IRS Tax Forms Form 8283 is used to report information about noncash charitable contributions. Form 8282 is used to report information to the IRS and donors about dispositions of certain charitable deduction property made within 3 years after the donor contributed the property.


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    IRS Links for Forms and Instructions — IRS Tax Forms Form 8283 is used to report information about noncash charitable contributions. Form 8282 is used to report information to the IRS and donors about dispositions of certain charitable deduction property made within 3 years after the donor contributed the property.


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    In California, you cannot claim as a deduction contributions to religious organizations.


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    Noncash Charitable Contributions — applies to deduction claims totaling more than $500 for all contributed items. If a donor is claiming over $5,000 in contribution value, there is a section labeled “Donee Acknowledgement” in Section B, Part IV of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 8283 that must be completed.


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    Noncash Charitable Contributions — applies to deduction claims totaling more than $500 for all contributed items. If a donor is claiming over $5,000 in contribution value, there is a section labeled “Donee Acknowledgement” in Section B, Part IV of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 8283 that must be completed.


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