Part of your ANA/TNA dues are tax deductible!
Article Type: Brief article
Subject: Trade and professional associations (Services)
Tax deductions
Pub Date: 12/22/2008
Publication: Name: Tennessee Nurse Publisher: Tennessee Nurses Association Audience: Academic Format: Magazine/Journal Subject: Health care industry Copyright: COPYRIGHT 2008 Tennessee Nurses Association ISSN: 1055-3134
Issue: Date: Winter, 2008 Source Volume: 71 Source Issue: 4
Topic: Event Code: 360 Services information
Product: Product Code: 8620000 Professional Membership Assns; 9101104 Tax Deductions & Exemptions NAICS Code: 81392 Professional Organizations; 92113 Public Finance Activities SIC Code: 8621 Professional organizations
Organization: Organization: American Nurses Association
Geographic: Geographic Scope: United States Geographic Code: 1USA United States
Accession Number: 191286513
Full Text: You are allowed to deduct, as a professional/business expense, the percentage of dues that are NOT used by ANA or by TNA for political activities such as lobbying at the legislature. In 2008, the non-deductible percentage for ANA's portion of the dues is 31.44%. The non-deductible percentage for TNA's portion of the dues is 23.4%.

Deductible Amounts:

Full membership in both ANA and TNA paying $274 @ 45.2%--the deduction would be $123.85.

Reduced membership in both ANA and TNA paying $137 @ 45.2%--the deduction would be $61.92.

TNA State-Only member paying $190 @ 76.6%--the deduction would be $145.54.
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