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Tax on gifts and donations

Posted on December 16, 2015 by admin

Individuals can claim tax deductions when giving gifts or donations to organisations that have the status of deductible gift recipients (DGR).

To be eligible to claim a tax deduction for a gift, the ATO stipulates that it must meet the following four conditions:

What you can claim
The amount an individual can claim for a gift or donation depends on the type of gift given. For gifts of money, individuals can claim the total amount of the gift, as long as it is $2 or more. Different rules exist for gifts of property, and the amount of the tax deduction depends on the value and type of property.

Tax deductions for the majority of gifts can be claimed in the tax return for the income year when the gift is made. However, individuals can also spread the tax deduction over five income years under certain circumstances.

What you can’t claim
Individuals cannot claim a tax deduction for gifts or donation items that provide some personal benefit, such as:

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