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The Law of Tax-Exempt Healthcare Organizations, 3rd Edition by Bruce R. Hopkins, Thomas K. Hyatt

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CHAPTER THIRTY-ONE

Fundraising Regulation

§ 31.2 FEDERAL LAW REGULATION

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(a) Substantiation Requirements

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(a) Substantiation Requirements in General

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(a-1) Substantiation Requirements for Noncash Gifts (New)

In the case of a noncash charitable gift of less than $250 by an individual, partnership, S corporation, or C corporation that is a personal service corporation or closely held corporation, there is no income tax charitable deduction unless the donor maintains for each contribution a receipt from the charitable donee showing these elements: (1) the name and address of the donee; (2) the date of the contribution; (3) a description of the property in sufficient detail; and, (4) if the gift is of securities, the name of the issuer, the type of security, and whether the securities are publicly traded.57.1

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