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I don't want to argue, but the following is what I have to say
donations are calculated on Schedule 9 of your return, line 349 to be exact, if you make contribution to political parties, you can claim in on line 409
usually you can claim donation up to 75% of your net income, but in Pan's case, you can claim 100% of your contribution since Pan is a qualified donee listed by CCRA
The ITA IS NOT THE Best reading if you want clarity, CCRA goes by Interpretation Bulletins issued by the ministry of finance
You can claim donations made by either you or your spouse. Enter your claim from the calculation on Schedule 9 and attach it to your paper return.
Receipts - You don't need a receipt to claim your donation to Pan, he's a cancer patient who is terminally ill
Generally, you can claim only amounts you gave to Canadian registered charities and other qualified donees. Unlike other donations, your claim for these types of gifts is not limited to a percentage of net income. You can choose the part you want to claim in 2000, and carry forward any unused part for up to five years.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞