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We are a charity giving grants and gifts to beneficiaries. Is

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We are a charity giving grants and gifts to beneficiaries.
Is this income taxable in the beneficiaries hands?
A grant or subsidy may be received in relation to non-trading activities. In this situation, the grant or subsidy is not taxable income. If someone has to provide goods or services to the person or organisation providing the grant, then it is not grant income.
The same rule applies to the money you give to individuals. If these individuals are closely affiliated with the charity (employee or director) then that amount may be taxable to them as a benefit.
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