FAQs: legal

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Will subscriptions qualify as charitable contributions under US tax law?

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Is WikiTribune a charity?

No, it’s not. It’s a for-profit company. On the technical side, we’re looking to become a benefit corporation with specific charter requirements around things like journalist pay and reader rights.

What’s WikiTribune’s corporate structure?

Currently, it’s a Limited Company in the UK called WikiTribune Ltd, company number 10713170.

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