How to Make Charitable Donations so as not to Attract an Audit Flag

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Apparently, one of the best reasons to give a charitable donation is because when you give, you actually get something in return for your good deeds. Simply knowing that you have made a difference in someone else's life gives a general good feeling. On the contrary, since charitable contributions are

in fact deductible, the IRS pays attention. In order to receive these deductions, you literally have to jump through hoops first.

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