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November 14, 2005


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There are a couple of software packages on the market that can help with estimating the value of non-cash contributions. They won't help you with unique artwork or grandma's jewelry collection. But they are useful for estimating the value of common items like used clothing. They operate off of a database of values for particular items in particular conditions.

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