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 Are campaign contributions tax-deductible?

Answer The Internal Revenue Service does not allow you to deduct contributions that you make to political campaigns from your income taxes. Attendance costs for political events, such as fundraising dinne... Read More »
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How to Find Out Who Gave Political Campaign Contributions?

The United States Federal Election Commission, or FEC, monitors the financing of political campaigns and elections. The database of financial contributors to a given candidate is accessible online.... Read More »
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Are 529 Contributions Tax Deductible?

Contributions to 529 college savings plans are not tax deductible at the federal level, according to The Motley Fool. However, according to Kiplinger, 34 states and the District of Columbia allow y... Read More »
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Are contributions to a PTO tax deductible?

Contributions to nonprofit groups such as a parent-teacher organization (PTO) are tax-deductible only if the group is recognized as a "qualified organization" by the IRS. Many PTOs are, in fact, l... Read More »
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