Re: Tithing and Donation Problems
Posted: Thu Jan 24, 2019 3:32 pm
Here's a screenshot of the process detailed in the email:
Indeed. A few days ago, I was missing the left side of the donations page. So, I couldn't see that. If I logged in as a different user in my browser, it would work.BrianEdwards wrote:But I realize this tech forum exists in part because not everybody's lds account plays according to the rules
That odd page behavior might be due to stale cookies and/or incorrect page content stored in the browser cache. My suggestion would be to delete relevant cookies, clear the browser cache, and then try Shift-Control-R again. If that does not work, you'll need to either have your ward clerk (or financial clerk) print the statement for you or use the Feedback link to request help. If you use the Feedback link, I would suggest you state that you have deleted cookies and cleared the browser cache. Also, if you have Chrome or Safari available to use as your browser, that might be a solution.derrick.larsen21 wrote:I am not seeing anywhere in the donations a place that says donor statements. All that is there is "make a donation". There is no sidebar. I hard refreshed the page with Shift+Ctrl+R and that did not help. Am I missing something?
You'll probably need to have your branch clerk contact the global service center and ask them to make the correction.wwmahler wrote:I pay my tithing online but am located in china so my local Branch does not have access. However, I put one donation in the wrong place last year. It was a mission payment for my son that was put into the wrong category. What can I do to correct this?
The Church will try to tag your account using her name. Technically, that should be a problem for your bank. If you are able to use her investment account, I believe that would be better. If your bank does not care or does not notice, it probably will not be a problem.hulbertn wrote:All went well until I had to tick the box certifying that the bank account is hers - which it's not! So what must I do now?
There may also be tax implications with this approach. You should consult with a qualified advisor to ensure that you aren't creating an unintended tax liability.hulbertn wrote:I pay my 91 year-old mother's tithing from MY bank account and then transfer the money back into my account from her investment account.