Charitable Contribution Parity Act

Helps struggling nonprofits & small businesses

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primary topic: Corporate Taxes
secondary topics: Poverty Alleviation , Other

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H.R. 2592: Tax relief for strapped small businesses. Free products for struggling charities. Nothing goes to waste! Congressman Aaron Schock (IL-18) is the sponsor of this bill. Bobby Schilling (IL-17) and Danny Davis (IL-7) are its co-sponsors.

Passage of HR 2592 will address the growing and diverse material needs of charities throughout the U.S. It does this by providing a powerful incentive in the form of an enhanced tax deduction for small businesses when they donate product to charities.

It keeps untold millions of dollars of useful products out of landfills and instead makes these materials available to struggling nonprofits, schools and church organizations across the country.


Please tell Congress that you support HR 2592;  a bill that will allow S corporations and other small businesses to receive an enhanced deduction when they donate inventory.  Visit http://pvox.co/AFDMzV now.  We can't do  this without your support!



[Editor's Note: Seems like a no-brainer to us.]

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