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Australians have hit a wall when it comes to giving to charity

August 22nd, 2015

Australians appear to be not as generous as they used to be when it comes to giving money to help others, according to analysis of the latest numbers from the Australian Tax Office.

The 2015 Koda Capital Australian Giving Review shows growth in tax deductible giving is sluggish and the number of those giving isn’t getting any larger.

Over the last 30 years, the proportion of Australians claiming a gift or donation as a tax deduction is stagnant and remains below the level it hit in 1985-86.

Read the full article - Business Insider Australia

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