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Re: Donations VS currency exchange rates

> Luc and others outside USA:
> For US taxpayers, charitible contributions reduce your taxable 
income so
> the benefit is what ever amount you give times the tax percentage 
> you are in.  Example:  you contribute $100 and your income tax 
bracket is
> 20% of adjusted gross income.  You save = 100 x .20 = $20.
> The other problem you mention: contributing in $Can.  I have found 
that the
> easiest way to take care of this is by use of a credit card like 
> MC.  The major credit card companies will do the conversion 

It's near the same here the only one problem AMSAT should file for a 
charitable organization number. I will look at it i don't know if the 
organization should have Canadian base?

Here one IRC cost 3.50$ cnd it will be interesting to see how an IRC 
worth elsewhere?

Luc Leblanc VE2DWE
Coordonnateur AMSAT Quebec coordonnator
AMSAT 33583
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