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Report: Still Time to Make a 2021 Non-Tax-Deductible Donation to TLO…

11:38 AM EST on December 30, 2021

If you're in a joyous and festive giving mood, there's still time to make a non-tax-deductible contribution to TLO – and get 24/7 access to our content – by signing up for a 12-month membership for either $99 or $199!

Yeah, that's right. Even though we do more with less than the local non-profit media that gets a large chunk of their funding from conservative foundations run by the Gaylord family and other wealthy people who want to control local news and information, you can't write off a TLO subscription on your taxes. Womp womp.

Wait. My shady accountant tells me that's not 100% true!

If you own a business, LLC or file a Schedule C, you can easily write off a TLO membership, as subscriptions to for-profit local media outlets are a very reasonable and justifiable way for you and your business to stay informed with happenings around town.

If you're nice and kind, you can sign up for a monthly or annual membership by clicking here. If you just want to make a one-time contribution via PayPal, you can do it by clicking this link or scanning this QR code:

Anyway, if you're giving us money, thanks for the support. If you're not, thanks for at least clicking and reading this far. Happy New Year!

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