Monday, March 30, 2009

Deducting Charitable Contributions

Clothes and other household items can get you a tax deduction, but only under certain conditions, says Carrie Resch, Spokesperson for the IRS office in St. Paul. She tells KLKS News, it's too soon to tell if charitable contributions were down last year because of the flagging economy.
Resch says those who file electronically can expect to get their refund in 10 days, while those who file paper returns, should expect a six week wait. The number of electronic returns is up 17 percent over last year.

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