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#28) An individual donates artwork to San Francisco General Hospital. This was the only charitable contribution the taxpayer makes during the year. The artwork was purchased several years ago for $50,000; it is worth $140,000 at the time of the donation. The taxpayer's AGI is $160,000. Which of the following could be an accurate statement regarding the taxpayer's charitable deduction for the artwork?
Group of answer choices
a-The taxpayer deducts $48,000 in the current year and carries over $2,000 to the next year.
b-The taxpayer deducts $48,000 in the current year and carries over $92,000 to the next year.
c-The taxpayer deducts $50,000 in the current year and carries over $0 to the next year.
d-None of the above statements could be accurate with respect to the taxpayer's charitable contribution deduction.
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