Yes, there is a couple new options for donating your car for a tax writeoff. For example, you can donate your car to the veterans and they will even come and pick it up from you and you get to write it off.
A writeoff is a cancellation of an item, or something which is now worthless, such as a car after an accident.
You can claim the estimated value of the car if you have donated it to charity.
When donating a car to charity, a tax deduction is granted to you based off the market value of the car. What the car would have sold for is irrelevant when donating it to charity.
Condition, what year they are from and if they are a set determines the value.
The ecological benefit of donating your car is that your car will still be in use by someone and not rotting away in a junkyard.
If it is registered, yes. The MVD determines the value.
You can visit PurpleHeartCars.Org for details on donating a car to veterans in Boston Youcan visit www.CarsForVeterans.org for information on donating your car.
One can find tips for donating a car in a car charity online from sites such as Charity Navigator. Some public radios also provide tips on donating cars for charity and their causes.
You should be able to deduct the value of the blue book value of the car that you are donating. If you go to the IRS website, there are dozens of answers to questions revolving tax deductions of all types.
Goodwill does accept donations of cars at most of their stores. When donating a car to Goodwill you must give a reasonable estimate of the car's value if you wish to use the donation as a tax credit to charity.
When donating you car to charity you need to make sure that the charity is reputable, that they accept this kind of donation and that you can get a donation receipt for tax purposes.