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Charity: Giving To

Selecting A Charity

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There are a lot of worthwhile charities. There are also many which have a disproportionately high amount of expenses and some which are even scams. Know the charity to which you're giving.

Do your homework. Don't select a charity blindly.

Make sure the group is the one you think it is. Many organizations have names that sound confusingly alike. Some are even scams.

For a calculator that tells you the net cost of a donation and your tax savings, see: offsite link

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