Individual Tax Return Problem_2_Form_8283

Individual Tax Return Problem_2_Form_8283 - Form 8283(Rev...

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Form 8283 (Rev. December 2014) Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Noncash Charitable Contributions Attach to your tax return if you claimed a total deduction of over $500 for all contributed property. Information about Form 8283 and its separate instructions is at www.irs.gov/form8283 . OMB No. 1545-0908 Attachment Sequence No. 155 Name(s) shown on your income tax return Identifying number Note. Figure the amount of your contribution deduction before completing this form. See your tax return instructions. Section A. Donated Property of $5,000 or Less and Publicly Traded Securities— List in this section only items (or groups of similar items) for which you claimed a deduction of $5,000 or less. Also list publicly traded securities even if the deduction is more than $5,000 (see instructions). Part I Information on Donated Property— If you need more space, attach a statement. 1 (a) Name and address of the donee organization (b) If donated property is a vehicle (see instructions), check the box. Also enter the vehicle identification number (unless Form 1098-C is attached). (c) Description of donated property (For a vehicle, enter the year, make, model, and mileage. For securities, enter the company name and the number of shares.) A B C D E Note. If the amount you claimed as a deduction for an item is $500 or less, you do not have to complete columns (e), (f), and (g). (d) Date of the contribution (e) Date acquired by donor (mo., yr.) (f) How acquired by donor (g) Donor’s cost or adjusted basis (h) Fair market value (see instructions) (i) Method used to determine the fair market value A B C D E Part II Partial Interests and Restricted Use Property— Complete lines 2a through 2e if you gave less than an entire interest in a property listed in Part I. Complete lines 3a through 3c if conditions were placed on a contribution listed in Part I; also attach the required statement (see instructions).
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