DGR

(redirected from Deductible Gift Recipient)
AcronymDefinition
DGRDeep Geologic Repository (nuclear waste)
DGRDeductible Gift Recipient (Australian tax exemption)
DGRDividend Growth Rate
DGRDangerous Goods Regulations
DGRDirección General de Rentas (Spanish: General Revenue Directorate; Argentina)
DGRDirector General's Requirements (Australia)
DGRDirector of Government Relations (various locations)
DGRDelibera Giunta Regionale (Italy)
DGRDuodenogastric Reflux (medical condition)
DGRDangerous Game Rifle
DGRDirectorate General Resettlement (India)
DGRDesignated Government Representative
DGRDigroup
DGRDaily Going Rate
DGRDead Guy Running (video game term)
DGRDynamic Growth and Reconfiguration
DGRDenver and Rio Grande Railroad Company
DGRDivision of Geothermal Research
DGRDevil's Gulch Route (Estes Park, CO postal route)
DGRDepartment of Geographic Research (University of Chicago)
References in periodicals archive ?
Organisations on the register have Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status so are able to receive tax deductible donations from individuals and businesses.
The Australian Government committed $150 million to support Anzac Centenary commemorations and the Anzac Centenary Public Fund has been granted Deductible Gift Recipient Status.
Currently, the tax laws contain general categories of deductible gift recipient (DGR) for organisations which provide religious instruction in government schools, but there is no category for providers of ethics classes," said Assistant Treasurer David Bradbury.
Providers of ethics classes in government schools will become eligible for deductible gift recipient (DGR) status, said Assistant Treasurer David Bradbury.
Australia accords Deductible Gift Recipients (DGRs) status to only 22,000 organisations compared to its over 48,000 charitable institutions and funds endorsed by the ATO (CPNS 2006).
Such public scrutiny was prudent given that Australian charities and deductible gift recipients did not have to file any type of annual return or report to the ATO and self assessed their concession status with minimum oversight until 2000.
Given Australia's narrow class of deductible gift recipients compared to other jurisdictions, there is also the danger that those nonprofit organisations outside the gift deductible regime could be adversely impacted as well.
The Government appears to have received 'a bang for its buck' in that there is mounting evidence that new private funds have been directed to deductible gift recipients.