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Tax Receipts

Jlive does not currently issue Tax Receipts. However, Jlive does collect all of the information an organization would need to be able to generate their own tax receipts and provides this in the Jlive Orders Report.

  • Date
  • Event Details
  • Total Additional Donation
  • Total Amount Received by Org
  • Buyer Info
  • Billing Address
  • and more…

Canadian Government Sample Receipt – Cash gift with advantage

A donor pays $50 to attend a fundraising dinner and receives a meal valued at $20. The amount of the advantage (the $20 meal), must be subtracted from the amount of the gift (the $50 to attend the dinner). So, the eligible amount of the gift is $30.

Note: If the amount of the advantage is more than 80% of the cash gift, you cannot issue an official donation receipt. For more information, go to Split receipting.

image of official donation receipt

*Only the following organizations have registration numbers for the purpose of issuing donation receipts:

  • registered charities
  • RCAAAs
  • RJOs
  • RNASOs

**For cash gifts, use only the year the gift was received.

More Information

Government of Canada – Issuing Receipts

Government of Canada – Sample official donation receipts

Updated on September 7, 2023

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