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noncash charitable contribution carryover

Vic38
Level 1

IRS wants a current year completed form 8283 to report carryovers of noncash contributions. Do you report the same info that was reported in the year the carryover was generated?

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sjrcpa
Level 15

"IRS wants a current year completed form 8283 to report carryovers of noncash contributions"

They do? Since when?


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IRonMaN
Level 15

Evidently, since about 2 hours ago.


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Vic38
Level 1

Page 8 0f 8283 instructions.

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IRonMaN
Level 15

This page 8, where it says to attach a copy of the original 8283?

If your noncash contribution was subject to one or more
limits based on your adjusted gross income, and your
unused charitable deduction from a previous year may be
claimed in the present year, you must attach a completed
Form 8283 from the previous year. A copy of the original
Form 8283 from the previous year should be submitted
with the completed Form 8283 for the current year. If an
appraisal was required to be attached to the previous
return, submit a copy of the appraisal. Separate Forms
8283 need to be submitted for each contribution that is
carried over from the previous year to the present year

So you make a pdf of the original and you complete a new form for any current contributions.


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Vic38
Level 1

What if there is no activity requiring a current years 8283?

 

What if you supply your own air?

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IRonMaN
Level 15

Then go with just the prior year.

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