What Is What Is The Optimal Tax Treatment That Motivates Donor Corporations To Make More Monetary And In-Kind Donations To Their Communities And With Minimal Damage To The Interests Of All The Parties Involved, And The Content Of The CSR Idea?

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  • Younis A. Battal Saleh GECOL
Keywords: Keywords: Corporate Philanthropy. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Corporate Donations .Tax Treatment. Tax Incentives. Advantages and Disadvantages. Legal Imbalances. Economic Impacts.

Abstract

ABSTRACT: This theoretical study attempted to answer the following question: What is the optimal tax treatment that motivates donor corporations to make more monetary and in-kind donations to their communities and with minimal damage to the interests of all the parties involved, and the content of the CSR idea? To answer this complex question, the researcher was forced to imagine all possible tax treatment methods for corporate monetary and in-kind donations and to determine their advantages and disadvantages -according to certain criteria, to choose the optimal tax treatment method. This study recommends the adoption of the method of government's rights and then corporation's rights in government's rights "donations as if they are loans" by legislative bodies in all countries of the world due to the abundance of its advantages. This method is optimal. This method will motivate donor corporations to make more monetary and in-kind donations to their communities and with minimal damage to the interests of all the parties involved, and the content of the CSR idea.Given the importance of this method. This study has drawn up a draft law for this method, which could be used as a guide by the legislative bodies, if adecision is made to adopt this method.                                                                                                                                                                   

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Published
2020-11-30
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Y. A. Saleh, “What Is What Is The Optimal Tax Treatment That Motivates Donor Corporations To Make More Monetary And In-Kind Donations To Their Communities And With Minimal Damage To The Interests Of All The Parties Involved, And The Content Of The CSR Idea?”, BIEJ, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 274 - 287, Nov. 2020.