Making charitable contributions

Imagine this scenario: The opportunity to sell a vacant lot to charity has presented itself. The lot was owned for years as an investment and will be sold for less than the current overall value. Can the owner take a charitable contribution deduction for the difference?Selling to a charity at a bargain price will generally entitle the owner to a charitable contribution deduction. The amount that can be deducted …

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