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Taxpayers Reported Billions in Potentially Erroneous Noncash Charitable Contributions

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Approximately 60 percent of taxpayers who claim large-dollar noncash charitable contributions on their returns may not be complying with federal reporting requirements, according to a new report, with potentially erroneous contributions estimated at $3.8 billion in 2010.

J. Russell George

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