Car and Boat Donations – New Hampshire
New Hampshire area car and boat donations: Donate a vehicle, boat, yacht, used truck, RV, or heavy construction of farm equipment to charity and receive the maximum legal tax deduction and possibly a partial cash payment!
In New Hampshire, it’s quick and “worry free” to donate a car, boat, yacht, or other used vehicle to a good cause. Simply call Action Car & Boat Donation Service® and we’ll do the rest! Pick up is always FREE to you for qualified donated property. We take care of everything and provide you with the appropriate receipt to use when claiming an IRS tax deduction.
Take advantage of our fast and professional service throughout New Hampshire, including Concord City, Manchester, Nashua, Rochester, Dover, Keene, Laconia, and everywhere in New Hampshire. If you’ve ever thought about donating your car, boat, RV, truck, or motorcycle, please contact Action Car & Boat Donation Service® by calling our toll-free number or fill in our on-line evaluation form.
When you donate using our experienced service team, you will not have to worry about selling the property yourself, including advertising expenses, low offers, providing “test drives” to strangers, insurance coverage, title transfers, and other liability issues. Leave it to Action Car & Boat Donation Service® to process your donation and avoid the time-consuming and sometimes “risky” process of showing and selling your property to a total stranger.
It will only take you a few moments of your time to request a “no obligation” review of your contemplated property donation to be sure it can be profitably processed for your preferred charity. Simply call our toll-free number or complete the on-line evaluation donation form below.
- Call our Toll-Free Number now at (866) 244-8464 and tell us about your contemplated donation.
- Or complete our On-Line Donation Evaluation Form below:
Donating a vehicle, boat, or yacht in New Hampshire using Action Donation Services® may increase the legal tax deduction you can claim!
Action is recognized by donors and hundreds of charities for going “above and beyond” the average vehicle or boat donation service. Hundreds of the nation’s best known and trusted charities have exclusive contracts with Action to process their vehicle, boat, and yacht donations. Donors and charities love our program.
In 2005, the laws regulating what constitutes a legal tax deduction when donating property changed significantly. Since 2005, IRS law, in most cases, only allows the donor to claim as a deduction the “gross selling price” of the donation—(“Blue Book” type valuations can no longer be used in most cases.). The gross selling price is the selling price before any expenses are deducted. Therefore, it is essential that you use a donation service that will do whatever is economically feasible to maximize the selling price of your donated vehicle or boat donation.
Whenever economically beneficial, we will repair or “fix up” donations to increase their selling price. We will also strive to secure the highest sales price possible for your donation. Whenever possible, we sell in the retail market (not wholesale). When you donate a car or other property, we will accept nothing less than a fair and reasonable price for your donation. Our methods benefit both the charity and the donor.
Action also may, for qualifying “high value” donations, offer the possibility of a cash payment to the donor (partial cash payment – IRS “bargain sale”). Properly structured, a “bargain sale” can provide both some cash and a tax deduction for the donor. Call us for more information.
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Some interesting facts about New Hampshire.
New Hampshire is one of the original Thirteen Colonies and the 9th state to ratify the Constitution of the United States.
New Hampshire license plates include the state motto: “Live Free or Die.”
Alan Bartlett Shepard Jr., the first American to travel in space, is from East Derry, New Hampshire.
The shortest ocean coastline in the U.S. of any state is in New Hampshire—a length of only eighteen miles.