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Hi all-
I am a college student at a public university, and a member of one of its organizations (read non-profit) that will be doing consulting work for businesses. In return for our services, we will ask clients for a donation as a way to raise funds. I realize client donations probably won't be charitable because of the benefit factor, but how does the IRS place value on consulting services? Going market value? Increase in sales?
Any insights would be appreciated.
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