where to donate a electric wheelchair for a tax deduction?

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Answered: Where can I see electric wheelchairs ? not

It is difficult. There are umpteen electric mobility stores. I suggest that you talk to the largest pharmacy supplier in your area as they will have the best service department and best in-home delivery.

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You can if you: 1) provide more than half his support (which includes the value of the housing you provide for him) and 2) his income is less than $3,700 a year. I suspect you may fail the second test since i assume he receives ssi which is probably more than $3,700 a year.

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Yes, but since it's a miscellaneous deduction subject to the 2% of your gross income subtraction, it's highly unlikely it would be enough to deduct. Depends on what other deductions you have and if you have enough to itemize in the first place.

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I'm not sure but I'm guessing you can ask someone at H&R Block. Good luck!

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What organizations have you contacted in the town in which you live?

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You should look them up on CharityNavigator.org or search the Internet. Here's what I found: NPTA is a labor union. http://newtoseattle.wordpress.com/2013/06/26/police-charity-ranks-among-the-scuzziest-trolling-in-seattle/
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Tax deduction

No you can't. Credit Cards are the worst way to borrow. If you can't pay off your balance each month don't use them. I was broke at one point in my life. I payed off my credit cards and tore them up. I paid by check for all medium and larger purchases. I have credit cards now but I pay them of each ...

Tax Deduction

According to the IRS: You cannot claim a person as a dependent unless that person is your qualifying child or qualifying relative. http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p501.pdf A qualifying relative is: child, stepchild, foster child, or a descendant of any of them (for example, your grandchild ...

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I believe you can but to be on the safe side, I'd suggest speaking with an accountant.

Protection of Income as a tax deduction

Very good answer given by PGroot.