* MJ Ray <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2006-06-20 08:27]:
> Wouter Verhelst <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On Thu, Jun 15, 2006 at 07:27:08AM +0100, MJ Ray wrote: [...]
> > > Which countries can have no suitable organisations?
> > I don't know, but I don't want to gamble on it not being an issue.
> I've looked into this in the past and every example country
> suggested so far, from European ones through to the Solomon
> Islands, had some form of tax-beneficial not-for-profit
> organisation. Arguably, a state without such an organisation is
> not a good place to store debian's money anyway. If you must,
> add some words like "or near equivalent" to it. The intent
> should be clear: BigRetailerCorp is not a place for donations.
In some countries like e.g. Austria it is quite difficult to get the
tax-deductable status for donations while it is fairly easy to get tax
exumption for them.
If a company holds money on behalf of Debian and they don't charge
Debian with taxes that is fine imo as the Debian-money is not touched by
taxes in that case.
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<Tolimar> (Nach belieben bitte bindestriche einsetzen und leerzeichen
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