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> Subject: Charitable Clothing Donation
> Author: marciawayne Date: 2/2/00 Number: 26796

> Last year, we donated some outgrown clothes to
> charity rather than selling them at a garage sale.
> We were given a recipt as to what we gave. However,
> I do not know a fair market value on the items. Is
> there a generic source for clothing items?

You might try a Goodwill store near you. They typically have a sheet providing ranges of values (just for tax purposes) for used clothing.

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