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En tant particulier, votre don ouvre droit à une réduction du montant de l’impôt sur le revenu dû l’année suivante, à hauteur de 66% de la valeur du don, dans la limite de 20% du revenu imposable.

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En tant qu’entreprise, votre don ouvre droit à une réduction d’impôt égale à 60% de la valeur du don, pris dans la limite de 0,5% du chiffre d’affaires hors taxes (CGI, art.238 bis).

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