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Legal framework of Germany includes charity which has relevance as a legal term in tax law. Under the name of tax privileged purposes the general fiscal code clarifies the idea of charity. There are no special rules for the kinds of charitable such as the tax exempt legal forms in the law of associations, foundations and companies. There are 2 types of tax privileges: 1: charitable foundations pay no give tax and in inheritance and no corporate income tax and 2: endowments and donations can be deducted from the taxable income of the donors. An association or organization is tax privileged if its movements are directly towards benefiting the public morally, culturally or materially in a selfless manner. Corporate donor receives same kind of tax benefits for their charitable contributions. And the cross border giving in Germany states that the tax law of Germany generally doesn’t accept the establishments or the support of charity in a abroad country.

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