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Appraisal Witness: Qualified Expert

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An Appraisal Witness that is USPAP Compliant has successfully passed his or her 2012-2013 USPAP Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice test. Most appraisers nationwide have yet to pass any USPAP test and are tendering appraisals that are not USPAP Compliant and are defined as illegal. Durkin Valuations Associates have a total of seven Senior Professional Appraisers accredited from the National Association of Professional Appraisers and with a sum of 70 combined years of valuations.

Durkin Valuation Associates appraise all real and personal property nationwide. If you are in need of business valuation, machinery and equipment appraisal, divorce appraisal or decendant estate appraisals, give us a call. Our appraisals are understandable and defendable. Durkin Valuation Associates are qualified expert appraisal witnesses and offer our testimony to support our professional valuations.

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Accountingweb.com

Tax Court: No Tax Bargain for Charitable Shopping
Accountingweb.com
Other special rules may come into play. Notably, no deduction is generally allowed unless the item is in good condition. In addition, the IRS requires you to obtain an independent appraisal for items valued above $5,000 and to attach the appraisal to ...
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Journal of Accountancy

Final rules govern adequate substantiation for charitable contributions
Journal of Accountancy
For claimed noncash contributions of $5,000 or more, in addition to a contemporaneous written acknowledgment, the donor must obtain a qualified appraisal and complete and file either Section A or Section B of Form 8283 (depending on the type of ...




WealthManagement.com

Donating a Vehicle to Charity 101
WealthManagement.com
Charities year-round solicit contributions of cars and other vehicles. Here's a typical scenario: Your client is at the dealership and have negotiated the price to buy or lease. Now, how much will the dealer pay for the old car—a junker? Peanuts! So ...




Courier Mail

Crime and Corruption Commission investigation into Ipswich City Council reveals list of alleged sins
Courier Mail
Allegations about gifts for development favours also form part of a blistering appraisal of the local government authority's failings, in a report entitled “Lessons from an investigation into Ipswich City Council”. Ipswich City Council ... Contractor ...

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The Daily Progress

Coming events for Aug. 9, 2018
The Daily Progress
The event will be hosted by the Lake of the Woods Democratic Club and the Orange, Culpeper and Spotsylvania democratic committees. The minimum donation is $20. Light refreshments will be provided. For more information, visit www.lowdemocrats.org ...




Washington Post

How to get a tax write-off from your home remodel
Washington Post
To take a deduction of more than $5,000 worth of materials from the renovation project, the donated materials must be appraised by what the IRS refers to as a “qualified appraiser.” My experience with this process began while designing a new kitchen ...




Forbes

13 Tips For Making Your Charitable Donation Tax-Deductible In 2017
Forbes
And yes, while many itemized deductions are currently under fire, both versions of tax reform efforts include keeping the charitable donation deduction in place. 2. Choose carefully when making a donation. Only donations to qualified charitable ...

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Forbes

Failure To Substantiate Charitable Contributions Costs Family $142000 In Deductions
Forbes
And when you add the Odhe case to the court's prior decision in Payne -- which was decided in 2016 -- you must walk away with the appreciation that if you can't substantiate your donations, the IRS won't "cut you a deal" or allow you a reasonable ...




Boost your charitable giving this year, in case the GOP tax bill becomes law
CNBC
For contributions worth $250 or more, you need written acknowledgement of the gift from the recipient organization. Donations of non-cash items worth $5,000 or more require a professional appraisal. While you do not file these records with your tax ...

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CNBC

Donating a car to charity? You might want to pump the brakes
CNBC
If the car is worth more than $5,000, you need to get an independent appraisal of it and also complete Section B of Form 8283. 6. Drop it off. If the car is road-worthy, drive it yourself to the charity you're donating to. It saves money and ensures ...


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