found THIS buried in the fine print, "Your donation is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law [huh?] except for $7.05 ,the fair market value of teddy bear...""Fullest extent of the law" refers to three issues: First, you can only deduct charitable contributions if you itemize your deductions. Second, your deduction for charitable contributions is limited to 20%, 30% or 50% of your AGI depending on what you've donated and what type of charity receives the donation. And finally, you can't deduct the contribution if it's a Qualified Charitable Distribution from an IRA. (The provision for QCDs expired at the end of 2009.)Ira
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