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Post by HansjoergFromBEF on Fri Jul 24, 2015 11:23 am

An organisation like the one proposed needs to have a legal form. As far as I understand, depending on the legal form of the company you are limited in the actions an organisation can take. For instance, in Switzerland, a foundation which is freed from taxes may not make profits by investing donations into another company. All actions, that such a foundation executes have to be altruistic.

But if you are not freed from taxes, every donation received is accounted as income, and hence, taxes apply.

What kind of legal form provides the best trade-off between paying taxes, being able to invest and to receive money/donations from hundreds of thousand people, and still being noticed as serious organisation with a clear goal.


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