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Old 01.12.2015, 23:55
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Deduct credit card donation made in December this year?

Just got this (silly?) doubt: if I make a donation in December using the credit card (such that I will actually pay it in January) can I still claim the donation on my current year's tax return?

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Re: Deduct credit card donation made in December this year?

The charity is paid in December.

The fact that you pay off your debt to the CC-company in January shouldn't matter.

I´d say it'll clearly be deductible in 2015, as it depends on when funds are received by the charity.
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