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 Are contributions to profit sharing tax deductible?

Answer Profit sharing plan contributions are tax deductible, but only up to a certain limit. The deductible limit is set by both federal and state agencies and tends to vary from one year to another. Self... Read More »
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Are USO contributions tax deductible?

The USO Care Package is a 100 percent tax-deductible donation to soldiers fighting overseas. When you make your contribution, you will receive a receipt for the donation amount for tax purposes.Ref... Read More »
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Are AER contributions tax-deductible?

The Army Emergency Relief (AER) Fund Campaign runs from March 1 to May 15, although unsolicited donations are also accepted via online or mail. Donations, whether made locally or through a national... 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 MSP contributions tax deductible?

Your MSP contributions--those made to the Medical Services Plan of British Columbia--are not technically tax deductible. However, you could claim them as a medical expense on your tax return. To do... Read More »
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