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Subject: Contributions to non-US Universities Date: 3/2/2001 11:24 AM
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I'm a US citizen who graduated from a Canadian university (and currently reside in the US). I'm wondering whether or not any contributions I make to my alma mater would be US tax-deductible.

I've read the IRS info on foreign charities, which mentioned some sort of deal worked out as a result of NAFTA. However, I haven't found a specific answer to my question.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks,
Jon
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