Hello folks,I remember reading an articles by TMFTaxes that claim there was an extra hoop to jump through if you are claiming donation of over 20% of your income. I cannot find it now, however.I would like to run a tax avoidance strategy by you. I have no house, student loans, kids, or anything that would allow me to itemize, except I do believe in donating 15% of my income per year. For one year, this gives me a marginal tax break. If I make 2 years of donations in one year, (Jan and Dec, trust me)I get the regular deduction and simple taxes the following year and a big fat deduction and itemizing in this year. This would put me at 30% of my income.Any comments on legality, audit proofing, and extra paperwork necessary would be appreciated.Still in the,Finsternis
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