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Northwest Freeride is exempt from federal income taxes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, therefore your qualifying donations are tax-deductible. Print this page or download the forms on the page for your records.
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EIN - 47-2407328
PO BOX 14, Graham WA 98338
City: ______________________________ State:________________________________
Date of donation_____________
Cash Value of Donation___________
Description of donation:
Northwest Freeride is exempt from federal income taxes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, therefore your qualifying donations are tax-deductible. Fill out this page for a record of your donation.
Northwest Freeride provided No goods or services in return for this gift.
Guidance from the IRS: IRS regulations require that before a donor may claim a tax deduction for a charitable contribution the donor must have a bank record or a written communication from a charity. The donor is responsible for obtaining the written gift acknowledgement for any single contribution of $250 or more and special rules for the gift acknowledgement apply when a donor gives a gift in excess of $75 and also receives something of more than insubstantial value from the charity in return.
Information on reporting your tax deductible charitable contributions to the IRS is available at irs.gov in Publication 17, Your Federal Income Tax.
Please consult your financial planner or tax advisor to determine the specific tax advantages of any gift you are considering making to Northwest Freeride
By making a cash donation to Northwest Freeride, you are able to claim a charitable deduction of up to 50% of your adjusted gross income in the year you make the gift. If you cannot utilize the entire deduction in that year, deductions may be carried over for an additional five years.
New federal income tax regulations require donors claiming deductions for charitable contributions consisting of property other than cash worth more than $500 to file Intenal Revenue Service Form 8283, "Noncash Charitable Contributions”. For more detailed information, please refer to the IRS link below for IRS Tax Deduction Form 526.