Tax Court: Parents Cannot Deduct Payments to Their Children's Religious Schools, Despite Scientology Precedent - 2005-12-22

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F0.png Tax Court: Parents Cannot Deduct Payments to Their Children's Religious Schools, Despite Scientology Precedent December 22, 2005, Paul L. Caron, TaxProf Blog

The Tax Court ruled yesterday in Sklar v. Commissioner, 125 T.C. No. 14 (12/21/05), that a couple's tuition and fee payments to their children's Jewish day schools are not charitable contributions because they received a substantial benefit from their payments and lacked charitable intent.


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