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Can an employer reimburse an employee for chartiable donations in NJ?

1 Answers. Asked on Mar 28th, 2016 on Taxation - New Jersey
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If my company asks me to join a non-profit board, and I am expected to make a personal charitable contribution to that non-profit, can my employer reimburse me for that contribution in NJ?
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Answered on Mar 31st, 2016 at 5:45 PM

Yes. You can be reimbursed by your company but then they get the charitable deduction and you cannot take credit for this deduction on your taxes. Ed Dimon

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