Giving to charity in Ireland need not be a taxing matter

Giving to charity in Ireland need not be a taxing matter

Giving to charity in Ireland need not be a taxing matter Here’s how to make sure your donation goes to a good cause — and not into the exchequer’s coffers Assuming you don’t have a spare Italian shoe shop lying around to give to charity — as one Irish Heart Foundation donor supposedly did — there are plenty of other ways to pass some of your wealth on to good causes. And while in most cases there’s no tax incentive for you as a donor, your chosen charity may be able to take advantage of a considerable tax refund, getting more bang for your buck. There are no tax breaks for a PAYE worker who donates cash to charity, whereas anyone who is self-employed or donates through a company can …
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