Sector leaders urge Chancellor to bring forward review of the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme
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Sector leaders urge Chancellor to bring forward review of the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme

6 Jul 2015 | Finance | Kirsty Weakley

Nine charity sector umbrella organisations have warned the  Chancellor that if he does not address the complexity issues surrounding the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme in Wednesday’s Budget, increasing the amount charities can claim may not have any benefit.

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Sector leaders urge Chancellor to bring forward review of the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme

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