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Jedis lose to Druids when it comes to charitable status

Still pondering a suitable New Year's resolution (other than to 'be more decisive'), my thoughts turned to 'good deeds'.

Basking in the post-Christmas and epiphany glow, happy that following the winter Solstice, the days are getting longer again, and inspired by the release of the new Star Wars film ('The Force Awakens') I have been wondering which deserving religious cause should benefit from my bounteous intentions. To read more on how to qualify for tax relief, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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