about tax deductible charity donations
Tax deductible charity donations are a fantastic way to give to a cause that is close to your heart. The Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife is a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC), which means all donations over $2 to FNPW are tax deductible in Australia.
Below are answers to some frequently asked tax time questions.
Donations over $2 made to charities that are registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) are generally tax deductible in Australia.
The amount of your donation that is tax deductible depends on the charity you donate to and the type of donation you make. Visit the ATO site to find out more.
Yes, you need a receipt or other form of written acknowledgement from the charity to claim a tax deduction for your donation.
You can claim a tax deduction for your donation when you complete your tax return. You will need to provide details of the charity and the amount of your donation, along with your receipt or other written acknowledgement.
No, there are no caps on the amount of tax deductible donations you can make. You may need to seek professional tax advice, for example if your total donations exceed 10% of your taxable income. Find out more on the ATO website.
You can claim a tax deduction for your donation in the same tax year that you made the donation. However, if you forget to claim the deduction, you can usually go back and amend your tax return for up to two years. Find out more on the ATO website.
Yes, you can claim a tax deduction for donating goods or services to a charity, as long as the charity is registered with the ACNC and the value of your donation is more than $2.
Yes, you can claim a tax deduction for donating to a charity through workplace giving, as long as the charity is registered with the ACNC and the donation is more than $2.
Yes, you can donate land to a charity and claim a tax deduction, but there are some special rules that apply.
It’s important to seek professional advice before making a donation, to make sure you understand the tax implications and any other legal requirements that may apply.
Find out more about donating land to FNPW.