Corporations Have Special Rules on Contributions
Many in-kind contributions may be deducted as ordinary business expenses; certain gifts of inventory qualify for enhanced deduction above cost basis.
Charitable fundraisers who understand the legal issues affecting potential donors are often better able to suggest gifts that work well for both the donor and the charity. Since corporations operate under different rules than individuals, it is important to understand the differences.
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