Plans to add extra step to digital gift aid ‘completely ridiculous’
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Plans to add extra step to digital gift aid ‘completely ridiculous’

3 May 2016 | Hugh Radojev

A plan to introduce a “pre-donation questionnaire” for supporters before they can make gift aided donations online has been criticised as “completely ridiculous” and damaging to giving.

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Plans to add extra step to digital gift aid ‘completely ridiculous’

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HM Revenue & Customs has updated its guidance on digital gift aid, and said it will introduce a “pre-donation questionnaire” which supporters must complete before they can make gift aided donations online.

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