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Donate deductible ‘services’ to charity

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You aren't allowed to deduct the value of services you personally provide to a charity. But you can deduct the cost of someone else's services. How? Say someone gives you a series of golf lessons for your birthday. Since you're already an accomplished golfer, you donate the gift to your local church for a raffle. Now you can deduct the golf lessons as a charitable donation.

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