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To
The Coming Messiah

The Coming Messiah's Only Goal is to Enter Heaven and to lead The House of Israel into Heaven with him. The Coming Messiah is fully dedicated to his goal.

All funds, Contributed, to The Coming Messiah, will only be accepted as "Gifts", to The Coming Messiah, as an Individual, following the Gift Tax guideline.LearnMore

Funds Use: Personal Housing, Transportation, Food, Clothing and other expenses that The Coming Messiah accumulates, as an Individual, in the process of accomplishing his goal, as an Individual.

Please read the Contribution Policy for Federal Tax information on contributions sent to The Coming Messiah and/or The Tabernacle.

FUNDS ARE NOT TAX DEDUCTIBLE.

To
The Tabernacle

The Tabernacle is the one and only, true sanctuary of God. The Tabernacle's construction will require a large quantity of gold and silver.

All funds, Contributed, to The Tabernacle, will only be accepted as "Gifts", to The Coming Messiah, as an Individual, following the Gift Tax guideline.LearnMore

Funds Use: The Tabernacle's Construction and Functionality.

Please read the Contribution Policy for Federal Tax information on contributions sent to The Coming Messiah and/or The Tabernacle.

FUNDS ARE NOT TAX DEDUCTIBLE.


Contribution Policy

Please contact The Coming Messiah before making a contribution over $10,000.

Contribution Policy Knowledge Checklist

  • 2022 gift tax Annual Exclusion is $16,000.LearnMore

  • 2022 gift tax Basic (Lifetime) Exclusion is $12,060,000.LearnMore

  • A Gift Tax is not deducted; and tax record filing is not required from Contributors that donate to The Coming Messiah, less than or equal to the yearly Annual Exclusion.LearnMore

  • A Gift Tax may be deducted; and tax record filing is required from Contributors that donate to The Coming Messiah, more than the yearly Annual Exclusion.LearnMore

  • The Coming Messiah does not have a Tax-Exempt Organization.LearnMore

  • Financial contributions sent to The Coming Messiah and/or The Tabernacle are not tax deductible.LearnMore

  • Donations to The Coming Messiah's sole proprietorship are not accepted.

  • All financial contributions sent to The Coming Messiah and/or The Tabernacle are only accepted as a Gift to The Coming Messiah, as an Individual, following the Gift Tax guideline.LearnMore

  • The Coming Messiah stands by his word to only use contributed funds for the manner they were sent. However, The Coming Messiah holds the right to use any financial contribution, Gift, he receives in the manner he chooses. Including, The Coming Messiah's personal welfare.

If you have questions about the Contribution Policy, please contact The Coming Messiah before sending a financial contribution.


Gift Tax

2022 Annual Exclusion: $16,0002022 Basic (Lifetime) Exclusion: $12,060,000Source: IRS

A Gift Tax is a federal tax that is applied to any valuable thing that is given to an Individual without something of fair value given in exchange.LearnMore

A Gift Tax is not deducted; and tax record filing is not required from Contributors that donate to The Coming Messiah, less than or equal to the yearly Annual Exclusion. However, a Gift Tax may be deducted; and tax record filing is required from Contributors that donate to The Coming Messiah, more than the yearly Annual Exclusion.LearnMore

The Coming Messiah is not responsible for paying the Gift Tax.LearnMore However, Contributors that donate to The Coming Messiah, more than the yearly Annual Exclusion, will be assisted. Please contact The Coming Messiah before making a contribution over $10,000.

Again, Financial contributions sent to The Coming Messiah and/or The Tabernacle are only accepted as a Gift to The Coming Messiah, as an Individual, following the Gift Tax guideline.

For example, an individual starts up a photography business and creates a GoFundMe profile to raise enough money for a down payment on a small plane to fulfill his dream of traveling the world. Donations sent to his GoFundMe account will not go towards his photography business; they will go towards the down payment for the plane to fulfill his dream. These donations should fall under the Gift Tax.

Just like the photographer, The Coming Messiah is only using his business to accomplish his Goal of entering Heaven. The Coming Messiah is accepting donations just so he can raise the funds needed to accomplish his Goal faster. The donations received will not go towards The Coming Messiah's business; they will go towards The Coming Messiah's Goal as a man/individual.

The Coming Messiah is collecting financial contributions through PayPal. However, the Gift Tax is the legal standard for individuals that are accepting donations on GoFundMe.


Tax Deduction

The Coming Messiah files business taxes as a sole proprietorship on the 1040 FTR. The Coming Messiah accepts all financial contributions sent to him, as an Individual, following the Gift Tax guideline.

Tax Deductions are not provided following these methods.

Please excuse any inconvenience, however, The Coming Messiah does not intend on changing this.