corp tax implication
I have a limited company. If my company pays donation to a charity registered in the Republic of Ireland, would I be able to claim it as charges in corporation tax computations?
I got a feeling that the payments to the UK registered charities are eligible to be claimed as charges in corp tax computations.
Your advise would be highly appreciated.
Have a nice Christmas and happy new year.
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