Question

Is there a minimum charitable contribution deduction amount I need to be aware of — What’s the minimum dollar amount I need to donate in order to be able to claim charitable donations?

Answer

There’s no charity tax deduction minimum donation amount required to claim a charitable deduction. However, you can only claim certain itemized deductions if they’re more than 2% of your adjusted gross income (AGI). This includes charitable deductions.

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