The IRS says we are entitled to a tax deduction for items donated to charity that are in good condition, yet a lot of people either under-value donated items or don't bother deducting non-cash charitable contributions at all. Figuring out what the fair market value is to assign to most items is time consuming, and quite honestly, I would not know where to start to find values for most of the stuff I donate. I've been using software that values non-cash charitable donations for years, and that software usually values items much higher than I would. It's all kosher with the IRS - really!
Check out these three tax deduction tracking software titles, which are inexpensive or free: