The European association for philanthropy and giving in Canada has many points to ponder these points include: nonprofit formation, governance and charitable purposes, taxation of charities, tax relief for donors, planned giving in Canada, direct designation gifts, and life income gifts such as charitable gift annuity and charitable remainder trust which is also known as CRT. In the nonprofit formation the laws governing the subsequent regulation and formations of nonprofits are initially those of the province of establishment. And in the governance and the charitable purposes the Canada revenue agency at federal level it is responsible for the registration of qualifying the organizations as benefaction that subject to the anglo-saxon banal law of charity. The taxation for charities are exempts at both the provincial and he federal levels. The country relieves the donors of tax because they are donating to a cause. Canada is involved in the planned giving which is also known as gift planning, as the name indicated Canada plans giving and philanthropy work. In the life income gifts Canada provides charitable give annually and charitable remainder trust gives administrative guidelines for charitable remainder trusts.

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