Veterans Alliance Resourcing, Inc.
Frequently Asked Questions &
ITAD Service Engagement Overview

Thank you for considering Veterans Alliance Resourcing, Inc. “VAR” as your IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) and e-Waste partner for managing End-of-Use computers, data center equipment and other electronic assets. This document is intended to provide guidance regarding what should be expected regarding VAR’s ITAD services, and the Options available that may adjust (or redirect) your Financial Settlement.

Frequently Asked Questions:

•    Is Veterans Alliance Resourcing, Inc. a Veteran oriented charitable organization? 

Although Veterans Alliance Resourcing, Inc. “VAR” is a Certified Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), we are a for-profit company. Additionally, engagement with VAR helps organizations meet their VOSB and SDVOSB diversity vendor engagement goals. Donation credit is also available through VAR from any 501C-3 organization, and we would be glad to donate your ITAD Settlement proceeds to the charity of your choice. VAR works closely with a three charitable organizations including a disadvantaged youth IT Training focused charity and two US Military Service Veteran charities. - Per Scholas - - We believe a thriving workforce starts with equitable access to education. Over 16k graduates have launched successful careers in tech through our no-cost technical training. Our mission is to advance economic equity through rigorous training for tech careers. - The Gary Sinise Foundation - - We serve our nation by honoring our defenders, veterans, first responders, their families, and those in need. - The Fisher House Foundation - - We build comfort homes where military & veterans families can stay free of charge, while a loved one is in the (VA) hospital. At your option, VAR would be glad to donate your ITAD Settlement proceeds (as documented in our Settlement Report) to these or any other 501C-3 recognized charity.

•    Are donations of retired IT assets tax deductible, even when they’re already fully depreciated?

Research related to IRS Publication 561 suggests that donation credit is based on fair market valuation (FMV) and there’s no better arbiter of that measurement than a direct sale of an asset into the secondary market. VAR tracks and reports that value, along with the shared revenue portion paid to the charity, typically 70% of the sale price less assigned costs). Note: VAR has not consulted with a tax attorney and does not represent to know your specific situation. We recommend that you consult a tax attorney regarding the application of FMV and tax deductions, particularly if it is a determinant to your donation decision.

•    Does VAR Service the entire US?

VAR Services the 48 contiguous US states.

•    Does VAR support global locations?

VAR has established a vetted network of Global ITAD service partners that are fully certified for processing retired IT assets. We’ve also negotiated competitive rates for their ITAD services. Leveraging their ITAD processing capabilities and VAR’s global resale network of 2,500+ dealers in (70) countries, our ITAD support infrastructure spans North America, South America, Asia, Europe and Australia, allowing VAR to offer world-class ITAD solutions for most IT assets located on five continents.

•    What are the details regarding VAR’s “No-Cost” Guarantee for ITAD Services?

In most cases, the value of your used/surplus equipment will cover all costs for VAR Services. If you have questions regarding either the costs (or your expected recovery value), please speak with your account manager or the VAR Purchasing Team Contact VAR