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NSRI: Take a tax break that saves livesDid you know that your Company donation to the NSRI offers both tax and B-BBEE benefits? Not only would you be saving on tax, but you would also be saving lives.Its a win-win.As a Non-Profit Organisation the NSRI is entitled to issue section 18A certificates for donations received, which allows your company to claim a rebate from SARS on the annual income tax return.That's not all – your donation will help us to save more lives. In the past three years, the NSRI has saved almost 3 500 lives.The NSRI relies on donations, sponsorships and bequests to fund our annual running costs – and all donations qualify for deductions from taxable incomeIf you wish to save a life, and your company taxes, contact Stuart today on 021 434 4011 or to make a contribution.
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