You are here

Charities Must Set Value on ‘Quid Pro Quo’ Gifts

Charities Must Set Value on ‘Quid Pro Quo’ Gifts

Charities Must Set Value on ‘Quid Pro Quo’ Gifts

Donors may deduct only the amount of the payment in excess of the value of the goods or services received

The burden of valuing goods or services received in return for a quid pro quo contribution is squarely on the charity. The charity must make a "good faith estimate" of the value, and the donor may deduct only the amount of the contribution in excess of that value. Don’t consider it an idle exercise.

lock The full text of this article is available to paid subscribers only. Login or subscribe to read more

 

Sign-up for our weekly Q&A; get a free report on electioneering