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Unless high in the SALTy place, delaying the December payment to 2022 would delay the deduction to 2022 but not lose it.

For most still bunching payments as much as possible into alternate years maximizes the deductions.

In my opinion, it is unlikely that the deadline for making SALT deductions and charitable contributions won't be extended.

When my health insurance was high before I went onto Medicare, we made a large donation of appreciated stock to a Donor Advised Fund. We are now making most charitable donations from our DAF.
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