SITR gives tax relief to individuals who provide finance for social enterprises. It’s available for investments made on or after 6 April 2014. The investment, and the organisation receiving it, must meet certain criteria.
The Taxes (Definition of Charity) (Relevant Territories) (Amendment) Regulations 2014. Lists the Principality of Liechtenstein as a relevant territory for charity tax relief purposes with effect from 31 July 2014.
Updated: Updated statement of regulatory intent – January 2017 The commission’s mission is to be an effective registrar and regulator of charities in England and Wales. The commission considers that it can best fulfil its objectives under the Charities Act… Read more ›
Following recent changes to the Charities Online service, HM Revenue & Customs has updated its online demonstrator to explain and show the new repayment claim summary screen.
Help HMRC trial the new charities registration service and make sure it uses language that you understand.
Following feedback on a HMRC discussion paper the Government has decided not to change the definition of charity for tax purposes.
The Value Added Tax (Amendment) (No. 2) Regulations 2014.
HMRC is developing and testing a new digital service for organisations applying to be recognised as a charity for tax purposes. You can help HMRC trial the new service by completing your registration details online, rather than using the ChA1… Read more ›
Updated: Updated guidance, based on feedback from a public consultation. Trustees’ reporting responsibilities This guidance helps trustees identify serious incidents and ensure that they are reported to the Charity Commission. It also explains how to report them. The Commission requires… Read more ›
Updated: Added translation Charity rules: governing documents Your charity’s governing document is a legal document. It works as a rulebook, setting out: its charitable purposes (‘objects’) what it can do to carry out its purposes (‘powers’), such as borrowing money… Read more ›