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Regarding the sentence "Charities will ordinarily make a good faith estimate of the value of items sold in actions." I have verified with two reputable CPA's who specialize in nonprofit accounting that charities are not to provide donors with estimates of fair market value for the gifts. Your response seems to indicate that they should. Both auditors were very strong about this point, stating the IRS does not want charities to assign values to gifts. Please comment on this

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