Taxpayers increase their tax savings by at least $250 when they use the 82-page booklet titled “MONEY–For Your Used Clothing 2011.” Most people save hundreds more. Written by Certified Public Accountant William R. Lewis and Tax Auditor Connie S. Edmond of Certified Used Clothing Values, Inc., the 2011 booklet publishes values for over 1,200 used clothing and household items commonly donated to charity that comply with the new IRS guidelines, saving people hundreds of dollars on their taxes—guaranteed.

“MONEY–For Your Used Clothing” explains seven simple steps for documenting donations in accordance with IRS guidelines, and tells how to receive a tax windfall without waiting to file a tax return. It also addresses recent IRS tax law changes that affect charitable deductions.

“MONEY – For Your Used Clothing 2011” retails for $25 (add $4 postage and handling).

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