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It's deductable is a great program. Altiile time consuming to enter in the data, but, if you start with good records, it's not too bad.

As far as amount, in 2001 I had $1657 in charitable contributions, 2002 was $4833 and 2003 it was $4625.

That's alot of junk and other stuff I was going to give away to the 2nd hand stores anyways. I might as well get credit.

Also, don't forget about all those girl scout cookies... :)

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