Mixed reaction from charity bodies on IRB ruling

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  • Monday, 02 Sep 2019

PETALING JAYA: While the Inland Revenue Board’s (IRB) decision to lower the donation reporting threshold to RM1,000 is unlikely to affect donations, it may be an administrative burden, said charitable bodies.

According to the National Autism Society of Malaysia chairman, Feilina S.Y. Muhammad Feisol, the extra paperwork required will likely affect smaller charities which do not have a finance team.

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