C.R.O.W. Section 18A request

Your donation to C.R.O.W. may be eligible for a claim back from the South African Revenue Service (SARS).Kindly complete the form below in order to recieve your section 18A certificate. 

How does it work?

C.R.O.W.  is a registered Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) approved for the purposes of section 18A (1)(a) of the Act, which means that donations to C.R.O.W. are tax deductible.

A taxpayer making a bona fide donation is entitled to a deduction from taxable income if the donation is supported by the necessary section 18A receipt, issued by C.R.O.W. upon request.

How much can I claim?

Taxpayers may deduct any donations they make to C.R.O.W. up to the value of 10% of their taxable income. Taxable income is what remains after all permitted deductions, before donations. It excludes any retirement lump sum benefit, retirement lump sum withdrawal benefit, or severance benefit. It includes taxable capital gains.
What else do I need to know?

The donation must be paid or transferred during the year of assessment in order to qualify for a tax deduction in the same tax year. However, any donations in excess of the 10% limit will be rolled over and carried forward to the following year of assessment.

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