personal income tax donations

DATA ON PERSONAL INCOME TAX DONATIONS

  share of taxpayers who donated their personal income tax  number of NGOs eligible for personal income tax donations total amount of all personal income tax donations (in €) unallocated funds (in €)
personal income tax 2007 20,8 3.979 2.664.946 6.220.804
personal income tax 2008 24,9 4.180 3.114.523 6.621.747
personal income tax 2009 28,6 4.417 3.379.428 6.233.437
personal income tax 2010 30,2 3.976 3.412.296 6.073.263
personal income tax 2011 32,6 4.689 3.768.903 5.949.478
personal income tax 2012 35,6 4.889 3.946.373 5.577.909
personal income tax 2013 39,4 4.953 3.599.946 4.840.725
personal income tax 2014 41,2 5.193 3.839.579 4.773.842
personal income tax 2015 ni primerljivega podatka 5.426 3.999.802 4.810.190
personal income tax 2016 ni primerljivega podatka 5.707 4.603.843 podatek še ni na voljo

 

In 2016, 441,562 taxpayers requested that part of their personal income tax be donated. In total, donations amounted to ca. € 4.60 million, which was distributed among 5,054 recipients. Of all organisations eligible for personal income tax donations (which are non-governmental organisations as well as trade unions, political parties and religious communities), 893 did not receive a single donation. Non-governmental organisations, however, received about 94.47% of all the funds donated, which equalled € 4.35 million.

 

A complete list of non-governmental organisations that received personal income tax donations, the total amount and the number of donations can be accessed here (the list excludes organisations that received a total donation of less than € 1, in Slovenian).

 

AVERAGE AMOUNT OF PERSONAL INCOME TAX DONATION IN EUR (2007–2016)

 

 

On average, personal income taxpayers allocated € 10.43 to publicly beneficial purposes, which is 17.5% less than in 2007 when the option was available for the first time and the average amount was € 12.64. The average amount of donation had been dropping until 2015, when it began to increase gradually. 2016 is the second year when the amount was higher relative to the previous year.

 

Source: FURS