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Pride: Are sponsorship and advertising costs tax deductible?

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To mark Pride month, Reshma Johar focuses on advertising and sponsorship expenses, and when these can be tax deductible.

11th Jun 2021
Tax Consultant Carter Backer Winter
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June has been marked as Pride month. It is a tribute to those involved in the Stonewall Riots in 1969, which lasted six days. The riots in 1969 led to the first Pride march in New York. Since then, pride continues to mark important and significant LGBT+ related moments including the AIDS crisis, adoption rights, equal marriage, and Section 28 to name a few. 

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By tom123
11th Jun 2021 11:46

So, is the conclusion that the corporate sponsorship is deductible, or not?

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By Paul Crowley
12th Jun 2021 11:49

Do not really think HMRC would dare challenge.

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