With the tax-filing deadline approaching, you've probably begun to compile your 2008 tax information -- or have at least thought about it. Attorney Barbara A. Ruth discusses one potential deduction that lawyers often miss: certain unreimbursed expenditures incident to pro bono services. And she also gives us some other good news about the IRS's generous nature: Individuals aren't usually precluded from deducting expenses associated with charitable services merely because they enjoy the activity.
Looking for Tax Deductions? Don't Forget Pro Bono Expenditures
The Legal Intelligencer
March 4, 2009