Scripsit Martin Wuertele <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> * MJ Ray <email@example.com> [2006-06-20 08:27]:
>> 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.
> 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.
Likewise in Denmark. Volunteer-run non-for-profit organizations
automatically are not tax subjects at all. But tax-deductable donation
status must be explicitly applied for, and is likely to succeed only
for groups with serious puppy-eye causes to appeal to.
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