Basically, only cash/check/charge donations to Scouts BSA or your local council office fall under charitable donations. Everything else is your property and asset. Donations to a scout unit are given to the chartering institution. If the charter is a non-taxable charity, the donation is deductible. You and your family's memberships, subscriptions, camping fees, uniforms, equipment, and insurance are your property and your responsibilities. Make sure you check with your accountant or tax professional before taking any tax deductions your not sure of.
🌎 Tips for deducting Scouting-related Expenses: https://scoutingmagazine.wordpress.com/2011/03/03/tax-time/comment-page-1/
📄 Giving Questions/Scouting Answers: https://filestore.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/Giving_Questions_Booklet_2011.pdf
⚠️ Impotent: Scouts BSA out of Irving TX is a code 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Most councils are also charitable organizations, however financially separated. Check with your local council service center to make sure.
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