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#1 Aragon

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Posted 16 December 2009 - 12:49 PM

I have been told that you can pay tithing online directly to the Church. Does anyone know how to do this? My issue is that I am currently in the military stationed in Spain. My local branch only takes tithing payment in Euros. Any help or links to more information would be great. I already did a search on google and found a suggestion on how to do it but all the links that were provided no longer work.

#2 Vanhin

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Posted 16 December 2009 - 01:07 PM

I found this. It might be helpful.

Paying LDS Tithing Online - Associated Content - associatedcontent.com

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Posted 16 December 2009 - 01:14 PM

Vanhin, Yeah, that is the website that I found but the LDSclerk link doesn't provide any information and I cannot find the "Bill Payment Service Electronic Donation Information". I submitted a question on the tech.lds.org to see if anyone there can help me. Again I appreciate your efforts. Regards

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Posted 16 December 2009 - 01:54 PM

Do you mean in using BILL PAY, as in the case of Bank of America? This is not new and some members found it is very usual. As long there is a memo line to indicate where you want the funds to be obligated.

Donations may be made to a ward or branch through a Bill Payment Service. Such services are generally provided by a financial institution, and allow donors to initiate payments online without writing a check or paying postage. Often some additional documentation is required to specify the donation categories.

[edit] Local donations
Although wards are not set up to process electronic donations, donors can use a Bill Payment Service to send donations to a ward (or branch). Such donations result in a paper check being mailed to the bishop (or branch president). Some bill payment services allow the donor to use a memo line to specify the donation categories (e.g., "$100 Tithing, $20 Fast Offering"). In such a case, the financial clerk would fill out a donation slip on behalf of the donor as donations are being counted.

To reduce the burden on clerks of filling out a donation slip, some wards request that their members fill out donation slips and submit them in advance. This also helps if the bill payment service does not allow a memo line; in this situation the clerks have no way of knowing the proper categories unless the donor submits some kind of donation slip.



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Posted 16 December 2009 - 02:14 PM

I stink at searching for things on this website. But a couple of months ago or so, someone posted a question about how to pay online. There was a lot of discussion but ultimately, he found something to help him. I can't even remember who it was. Can you do a search on here to find that thread? Maybe that will help. I can also email my best friend. They are military and have lived all over the world. I can ask her how they paid tithing (I'm pretty sure she told me they paid it online, but just like I stink in searching, my memory is stinky too). Let me know if you want me to ask her.
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Posted 16 December 2009 - 02:36 PM

I think I found the thread you were refering to. I provided a link to the tech site. When I went there here is the nice note they have left. "This page has been deleted. The deletion log for the page is provided below for reference. 21:07, 7 December 2009 Lindsayre (Talk | contribs) deleted "Electronic donations" ‎ (Delete ''''Electronic Donations''' per J Johnson, LDS Donations@CHQ. The dept doesn't want to encourage this because they are not setup to efficiently collect e-donations. Requests create lots of work @CHQ. e-Donation only allowed in extreme cases.)"

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Posted 16 December 2009 - 03:13 PM

There's another page on the tech wiki that explains how to do donations by wire. I'm checking with them there to see if this is a discrepancy and should be removed or if it is still valid. I'll get back to you when I find out.

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