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The Meaning Of Donation, Donors, And The Types

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The Meaning Of Donation, Donors, And The Types - The meaning of a gift is a gift from a natural or legitimate person to a particular party who has a voluntary character without benefit. The donation may be construed as a permanent donation (in the form of money) from a donor to an association, or it may be construed as a gift or donation. The donation mean from English: the donation begins etymologically from Latin: donum. Donation has the same word as donation or charity. Typically, donations are in physical forms, such as money, food, goods, clothing, toys, or vehicles. For example, when there is a disaster or other situation, donations can be in the form of humanitarian or development assistance. Definition of donor Donors are people who donate as funds to an association and others. Institutional donors have many rights to clearly understand the system for managing donations that have been made to a foundation or organization. Type of donation Donations to disaster managemen

These Are The Donor Rights You Need To Know

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These Are The Donor Rights You Need To Know - There are several donor rights, such as vision, mission, use of donations given to foundations and other important things. Donation managers are now growing along with the times with the presence of various online donation websites. However, donors who leave assets to donate certainly hope that what they donate can arrive in accordance with the goals and expectations of the recipient. Donors also need to be sure that the manager of donation funds is a trustworthy institution or association. Therefore, donors deserve to get donor rights from donation managers. Clarity of Vision, Mission and Donation Management Program Often a person decides to become a donor at a certain donation institution because he sees that the vision, mission, and program are in line (goal) with the contents of his head. So it is fitting for donors to know about these various things. Clarity of the Identity of the Donation Manager The donation manager should grant thi

Definition of Donation, Types and Rights

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Definition of Donation, Types and Rights -  To know the definition of donation, it can be seen from 2 aspects. namely in terms of language and in terms of terminology. In terms of the language of donations from English, namely Donation. In Indonesian, it means charity or donation. By giving donations, someone will be helped in their life problems. Isn't donation a good thing? Type of Donations There are at least 5 types of donations that are usually collected by managers to collect aid. Poverty Alleviation Donations Considering that there are still many groups of people who are needy, poor, and orphaned, this donation is one of the most attractive to donors. This poverty alleviation aid is generally in the form of goods or money which are expected to boost the life of the recipient. Donation for Disaster Management This second donation is incidental. Only done at certain times. Apart from being driven independently, donations to solve disasters are also very likely to be managed b

The Safe Donation Policy

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The Safe Donation Policy : For our information, donations that are widespread in society are donations between family members from housing units, land or shops. This practice is superior due to several factors, such as favorable transition costs compared to sales, the subsidized tax regime, but also the intention to protect oneself from taxing inheritance. But on the other hand, the giving of these donations has several shortcomings related to the legal constraints that arise as a result of giving donations. In fact it is assumed that the donor cannot influence his inheritance for a share that exceeds the "available" quota; therefore, in order to protect the right of the legal heir, in the event the donated property falls into the share of another heir, the transcription of the asset may be canceled. The rule of law for the cancellation period for this transcription lasts 10 years from the date the donor is no longer alive, or 20 years if the donor is still alive. Why Take Do

Insured Donation Policy

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In this world, more than 150,000 units of houses, land or shops per year are the target of donations between family members. This occurs both because the transcription costs are clearly more profitable than the sale, and because of the subsidized tax regime and to protect against the applicable taxes on inheritance. Insured Donation Policy Unfortunately, this practice exposes donation recipients to some disadvantages due to the legal constraints that come from donations. The law in fact states that donors cannot divert assets from their land for a share that exceeds the "available" quota. In order to protect the rights of the legal heirs, the transcription of assets originating from the donation can be canceled, if the assets are included in the legal part of other heirs. The prescription for the cancellation period for this transcription lasts 20 years if the donor is still alive and 10 years from the date the donor is no longer alive. These limits create serious problems if

List of Donor Rights You Need to Know

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List of Donor Rights You Need to Know - However, donors who leave assets to donate certainly hope that what they donate can arrive by the goals and expectations of the recipient. Donors also need to ensure that donation fund managers are trusted institutions or associations. Therefore, donors are entitled to donor rights from the donation manager. The following are the rights that donors should get. Clarify of Vision, Mission and Donation Management Program Often someone decides to become a donor at a particular donation institution because they see their vision, mission, and programs in line with what is in their head. So that it is fitting for them to know the Donor Rights . Clarify the Identity of the Donation Manager The donation manager must grant this right to donors. There is no need to hide the identity and origin of the institution. Provide clarity so that there are no doubts in the minds of the donors. If necessary, donors are aware of the management of the donation foundati