Charlie Cain/Larkin O'Kane
larkinokane at cox.net
Sun Feb 1 07:33:58 PST 2004
"Contributions" to the Society for Creative Anachronism can be tax
deductible.(see your tax attorney/agent/whatever).
"What is spent on the SCA" (event fees, beer, etc...) is not deductible.
Nice try though Eoin.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Cerinicus Silverblade" <cerinicus at yahoo.com>
To: "Western Region List" <bonwicke at ansteorra.org>
Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2004 12:53 PM
Subject: [Bonwicke] taxes
> It's that time again. We are all receiving our W-2's
> and various other tax papers.
> I, however, have a problem. Since the SCA is a
> non-profit organization, I am to understand that what
> is spent on the SCA should be tax-deductible. If that
> is so, where and how do I apply it to my taxes?
> Thanks in advance
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