Can I get a tax deduction from donating clothing in Australia?
December 25, 2008 3:07 AM   Subscribe

I'm living in Melbourne, Australia, and I have a whole lot of unwanted clothing (some unworn or barely worn) that I want to donate to an op shop. Am I able to get any tax deduction for this?
posted by Eastgate to Work & Money (1 answer total)
Probably not - I think you only can if it is provably less than a year old, or if the lot is worth over $5000.

The ATO site is down, but here is a google cache of the definitions of 'gifts' that are tax deductible.
posted by jacalata at 3:19 AM on December 25, 2008

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