Tax preferences for people helping Ukraine

Current regulations allow for tax deductions  on certain donations made in cash or in kind, the value of which is deducted from the tax base.
Author:
Ewa Janas
Junior TAX Consultant

In case of natural persons, the deduction may reach up to 6% of income, whereas in case of legal persons, reach up to 10% of income.

The preference is available to individuals who make donations for, among other things, public benefit activities, as well as to blood and blood plasma donors who would be eligible for the equivalent of donating a certain amount of blood. 

The Ministry of Finance is also working to enable Ukrainian citizens to be relieved of inheritance and donation tax, as well as on  removing income tax from benefits received by Ukrainian citizens from ordinary individuals and entrepreneurs. Additionally, the Ministry of Finance is working on introducing the possibility to recognize expenses made to counteract the effects of warfare on Ukrainian territory, as tax expenses.

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