New Irish charity tax relief details revealed

Howard Lake | 30 July 2013 | News

Following consultation with the Revenue Commissioners, the Irish Charity Tax Reform Group (ICTR) has published details of the changes to charity tax relief which came into operation at the beginning of the year.

The operational details were announced by officials from the Charities Unit in the Revenue Commissioners at a briefing session arranged by ICTR last month at which the new forms CHY 3 and 4 were launched.

The main points from the revised regulations relating to charity donations are:

Further details on the new details are available on the ICTR website and new tax reclaim forms are available from the Revenue Commissioners.

There is no change to the corporate tax relief.  Companies continue to treat donations as a normal business expense and there is no upper limit on the amount that can be donated.

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