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Anonymous

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Does anyone in the States know if the donations, we leave at albergues, + other Camino-related expenses, r tax deductible? Best, xm 8)
 
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Anonymous

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Unless you can somehow call the trip a business expense (write a book, maybe?).
Thanks Summer2005....but...how do u document "writing a book...?" Hmm...
 
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Thanks for the link, summer2005, just read it through. Years ago if u were an educator u could travel to diff countries for cultural/prof reasons and deduct it, particularly if u worked with immigrant students and visited their countries of origin to learn about their worlds, etc. I understand that during the Reagan administration that was done away with. Still, there's got to be something we pilgrims can get a break on...no? Best, xm 8)
 

jeff001

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johnalexander:

That is precisely the rationale beyond that provision of the tax code and it is one of the reasons that Americans give so much to charitable organizations.
 

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