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Continental drift: Changes in cross-border giving in Europe

Continental drift: Changes in cross-border giving in Europe
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Continental drift: Changes in cross-border giving in Europe

Fundraising | Jim K Myers | 8 Mar 2010

Are your next big donors in Sweden? Austria perhaps? The law is changing around European residents being able to give tax-effectively to charities in other European Union countries, potentially opening up the floodgates to cross-border competition for donors.

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March 2010

March 2010