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When Are Adoption Donations Tax Deductible?

understanding your adoption financial assistance optionsThere are plenty of ways you can support adoption. You can fund grants that are given to adoptive families, give them loans for completing the process of adoption or participate in crowdfunding. There is no wrong way to go about doing it. But is there a way that will cost you less money? In this post, we are going to provide you with the answer to the question of when adoption donations are tax-deductible!

In short, there are organizations that can make your adoption donation tax deductible if you want that. There are plenty of organizations that do it, and they fall under two different categories.

Religious Organizations.

If you’re looking to help children who were given up for adoption, as well as families that wish to adopt, and you’d like to do it without paying taxes, consider doing it through a religious organization. As we have already mentioned, there are two types of organizations that offer both donation programs and tax deductions. The first are religious organizations. Churches in general are exempt from paying taxes, and this applies to adoption donations just as it does to everything else.

Ho do I find them?

Do a quick internet search to find the organization that suits you best. And after all, it is one of only two choices that are available to you. Speaking of which, the second situation in which adoption donations are tax-deductible is…

Charitable Organizations

You can make your donation through an adoption agency, but it won’t always be tax-deductible. In order to make sure you don’t have to pay taxes, you will need to find an agency that is listed as a charitable organization. You can also find one of the many non-profit platforms specialized in crowd-funding projects. Such organizations, since they don’t work for a profit, are exempt from paying taxes, just like churches are.

So in short, the answer would be yes, but not always. It all depends on the organization you choose as the intermediary.