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How about $0


Is this tax deductible? Would it count for meiser?


Give tzedaka because it’s the right thing to do and a mitzvah, not because of tax deductions.


Thank you for the lecture, but that wasn’t an answer. I do give tzedekah because it’s a mitzvah but I also want to be honest on my tax returns which is also a mitzvah. I wasn’t deciding to give based on that factor, but thank you for the holier than tho comment.