Gift Aid is a UK tax incentive that enables tax-effective giving by individuals to charities in the United Kingdom. Gift Aid was originally introduced in Finance Act 1990 for donation from 1 October 1990, but was originally limited to cash gifts of £600 or more. This threshold was successively reduced, until in 6 April 2000 the policy was substantially revised and the minimum donation limit removed entirely.
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