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Federal Free Printable Form 8282 (Rev. October 2021) for 2022 Federal Donee Information Return

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Donee Information Return
Form 8282 (Rev. October 2021)

Form 8282 (Rev. October 2021) Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service Donee Information Return OMB No. 1545-0047 (Sale, Exchange, or Other Disposition of Donated Property) ▶ Go to www.irs.gov/Form8282 for latest information. Give a Copy to Donor Parts To Complete • If the organization is an original donee, complete Identifying Information, Part I (lines 1a–1d and, if applicable, lines 2a–2d), and Part III. • If the organization is a successor donee, complete Identifying Information, Part I, Part II, and Part III. Identifying Information Employer identification number Name of charitable organization (donee) Print or Type Part I Address (number, street, and room or suite no.) (or P.O. box no. if mail is not delivered to the street address) City or town, state, and ZIP code Information on ORIGINAL DONOR and SUCCESSOR DONEE Receiving the Property 1a Name of original donor of the property 1b 1c Address (number, street, and room or suite no.) (P.O. box no. if mail is not delivered to the street address) 1d City or town, state, and ZIP code Identifying number(s) Note. Complete lines 2a–2d only if the organization gave this property to another charitable organization (successor donee). 2a Name of charitable organization 2c Address (number, street, and room or suite no.) (or P.O. box no. if mail is not delivered to the street address) 2d City or town, state, and ZIP code Part II 2b Employer identification number Information on PREVIOUS DONEES. Complete this part only if the organization was not the first donee to receive the property. See the instructions before completing lines 3a through 4d. 3a Name of original donee 3c Address (number, street, and room or suite no.) (or P.O. box no. if mail is not delivered to the street address) 3d City or town, state, and ZIP code 4a Name of preceding donee 4c Address (number, street, and room or suite no.) (or P.O. box no. if mail is not delivered to the street address) 4d City or town, state, and ZIP code For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see Instructions for Form 990. Cat. No. 62307Y 3b Employer identification number 4b Employer identification number Form 8282 (Rev. 10-2021) Page 2 Form 8282 (Rev. 10-2021) Part III Information on DONATED PROPERTY 1. Description of the donated property sold, exchanged, or otherwise disposed of and how the organization used the property. (If you need more space, attach a separate statement.) 2. Did the disposition involve the organization’s entire interest in the property? 3. Was the use related to the organization’s exempt purpose or function? Yes Yes No 4. Information on use of property. • If you answered “Yes” to question 3 and the property was tangible personal property, describe how the organization’s use of the property furthered its exempt purpose or function. Also complete Part IV below. • If you answered “No” to question 3 and the property was tangible personal property, describe the organization’s intended use (if any) at the time of the contribution. Also complete Part IV below, if the intended use at the time of the contribution was related to the organization’s exempt purpose or function and it became impossible or infeasible to implement. No A B C D Donated Property A 5 6 7 8 B C D Date the organization received the donated property (MM/DD/YY) / / / / / / / / Date the original donee received the property (MM/DD/YY) / / / / / / / / Date the property was sold, exchanged, or otherwise disposed of (MM/DD/YY) / / / / / / / / Amount received upon disposition Part IV $ $ $ $ Certification You must sign the certification below if any property described in Part III above is tangible personal property and: • You answered “Yes” to question 3 above, or • You answered “No” to question 3 above and the intended use of the property became impossible or infeasible to implement. Under penalties of perjury and the penalty under section 6720B, I certify that either: (1) the use of the property that meets the above requirements, and is described above in Part III, was substantial and related to the donee organization’s exempt purpose or function; or (2) the donee organization intended to use the property for its exempt purpose or function, but the intended use has become impossible or infeasible to implement. ▶ Signature of officer Title ▶ Date Under penalties of perjury, I declare that I have examined this return, including accompanying schedules and statements, and to the best of my knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and complete. Sign Here ▶ Signature of officer Title ▶ Date Type or print name Form 8282 (Rev. 10-2021) Page 3 Form 8282 (Rev. 10-2021) General Instructions Section references are to the Internal Revenue Code. Future developments. For the latest information about developments related to Form 8282 and its instructions, such as legislation enacted after they were published, go to www.irs.gov/Form8282. Purpose of Form Donee organizations use Form 8282 to report information to the IRS and donors about dispositions of certain charitable deduction property made within 3 years after the donor contributed the property. Definitions For Form 8282 and these instructions, the term “donee” includes all donees, unless CAUTION specific reference is made to “original” or “successor” donees. ▲ ! Original donee. The first donee to or for which the donor gave the property. The original donee is required to sign Form 8283, Noncash Charitable Contributions, Section B. Donated Property Over $5,000 (Except Certain Publicly Traded Securities), presented by the donor for charitable deduction property. Successor donee. Any donee of property other than the original donee. Charitable deduction property. Any donated property (other than money and publicly traded securities) if the claimed value exceeds $5,000 per item or group of similar items donated by the donor to one or more donee organizations. This is the property listed in Section B on Form 8283. Who Must File Original and successor donee organizations must file Form 8282 if they sell, exchange, consume, or otherwise dispose of (with or without consideration) charitable deduction property (or any portion) within 3 years after the date the original donee received the property. See Charitable deduction property above. If the organization sold, exchanged, or otherwise disposed of motor vehicles, airplanes, or boats, see Pub. 526, Charitable Contributions. Exceptions. There are two situations where Form 8282 does not have to be filed. 1. Items valued at $500 or less. The organization does not have to file Form 8282 if, at the time the original donee signed Section B of Form 8283, the donor had signed a statement on Form 8283 that the appraised value of the specific item was not more than $500. If Form 8283 contains more than one item, this exception applies only to those items that are clearly identified as having a value of $500 or less. However, for purposes of the donor’s determination of whether the appraised value of the item exceeds $500, all shares of nonpublicly traded stock, or items that form a set, are considered one item. For example, a collection of books written by the same author, components of a stereo system, or six place settings of a pattern of silverware are considered one item. 2. Items consumed or distributed for charitable purpose. The organization does not have to file Form 8282 if an item is consumed or distributed, without consideration, in fulfilling your purpose or function as a tax-exempt organization. For example, no reporting is required for medical supplies consumed or distributed by a tax-exempt relief organization in aiding disaster victims. Where To File Send Form 8282 to the Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service Center, Ogden, UT 84201-0027. Other Requirements Information the organization must give a successor donee. If the property is transferred to another charitable organization within the 3-year period discussed earlier, the organization must give the successor donee all of the following information. 1. The name, address, and EIN of the organization. 2. A copy of Section B of Form 8283 that the organization received from the donor or a preceding donee. The preceding donee is the one who gave the organization the property. 3. A copy of this Form 8282, within 15 days after the organization files it. The organization must furnish items 1 and 2 above within 15 days after the latest of the date: • The organization transferred the property, When To File • The original donee signed Section B of Form 8283, or If the organization disposes of charitable deduction property within 3 years of the date the original donee received it and the organization does not meet exception 1 or 2 above, the organization must file Form 8282 within 125 days after the date of disposition. • The organization received a copy of Section B of Form 8283 from the preceding donee if the organization is also a successor donee. Exception. If the organization did not file because it had no reason to believe the substantiation requirements applied to the donor, but the organization later becomes aware that the substantiation requirements did apply, the organization must file Form 8282 within 60 days after the date it becomes aware it was liable. For example, this exception would apply where Section B of Form 8283 is furnished to a successor donee after the date that donee disposes of the charitable deduction property. Missing information. If Form 8282 is filed by the due date, enter the organization’s name, address, and employer identification number (EIN) and complete at least Part III, columns 1, 2, 3, and 4; and Part IV. The organization does not have to complete the remaining items if the information is not available. For example, the organization may not have the information necessary to complete all entries if the donor did not make Section B of Form 8283 available. Information the successor donee must give the organization. The successor donee organization to whom the organization transferred this property is required to give the organization its name, address, and EIN within 15 days after the later of: • The date the organization transferred the property, or • The date the successor donee received a copy of Section B of Form 8283. Page 4 Form 8282 (Rev. 10-2021) Information the organization must give the donor. The organization must give a copy of Form 8282 to the original donor of the property. Recordkeeping. The organization must keep a copy of Section B of Form 8283 in its records. Penalties Failure to file penalty. The organization may be subject to a penalty if it fails to file this form by the due date, fails to include all of the information required to be shown on the filed form, or includes incorrect information on the filed form. The penalty is generally $50 per form. For more details, see sections 6721 and 6724. Fraudulent identification of exempt use property. A $10,000 penalty may apply to any person who identifies in Part III tangible personal property the organization sold, exchanged, or otherwise disposed of, as having a use that is related to a purpose or function knowing that such property was not intended for such a use. For more details, see section 6720B. Specific Instructions Part I Line 1a. Enter the name of the original donor. Line 1b. The donor’s identifying number may be either an employer identification number or a social security number, and should be the same number provided on page 2 of Form 8283. Line 1c and 1d. Enter the last known address of the original donor. Lines 2a–2d. Complete these lines if the organization gave the property to another charitable organization successor donee (defined earlier). If the organization is an original donee, skip Part II and go to Part III. Part II How To Get Tax Help Complete Part II only if the organization is a successor donee. If the organization is the original donee, do not complete any lines in Part II; go directly to Part III. Internet If the organization is the second donee, complete lines 3a through 3d. If the organization is the third or later donee, complete lines 3a through 4d. On lines 4a through 4d, give information on the preceding donee. Part III Column 1. For charitable deduction property that the organization sold, exchanged, or otherwise disposed of within 3 years of the original contribution, describe each item in detail. For a motor vehicle, include the vehicle identification number. For a boat, include the hull identification number. For an airplane, include the aircraft identification number. Additionally, for the period of time the organization owned the property, explain how it was used. If additional space is needed, attach a statement. Column 3. Check “Yes” if the organization’s use of the charitable deduction property was related to its exempt purpose or function. Check “No” if the organization sold, exchanged, or otherwise disposed of the property without using it. Part IV Certification. Sign and date the certification if any property described in Part III is tangible personal property and you answered “Yes” to Part III, question 3, or you answered “No” to Part III, question 3 and the intended use of the property became impossible or infeasible to implement. Signature Form 8282 is not valid unless it is signed by an officer of the organization. Be sure to include the title of the person signing the form and the date the form was signed. 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Historical Past-Year Versions of Federal Form 8282

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2021 Form 8282

Form 8282 (Rev. October 2021)

2020 Form 8282

Form 8282 (Rev. 04- 2009)

2019 Form 8282

Form 8282 (Rev. April 2009)

2018 Form 8282

Form 8282 (Rev. April 2009)

2017 Form 8282

Form 8282 (Rev. April 2009)

2016 Form 8282

Form 8282 (Rev. April 2009)

Donee Information Return 2015 Form 8282

Form 8282 (Rev. April 2009)

Donee Information Return 2012 Form 8282

Form 8282 (Rev. April 2009)

Donee Information Return 2011 Form 8282

Form 8282 (Rev. April 2009)


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