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Accountancy advice for charities

There are a number of tax exemptions and reliefs that apply to charities. These are mainly on income and gains, and profits for certain activities like Gift Aid. These can help you to maximise the impact your charity has. You still pay tax, and any taxable income or gains require a tax return to be filled out. VAT rules also still apply if you conduct business activities. But there are exemptions and reliefs.

There are several areas where you can get exemptions or relief. Knowing the ins and outs of these can be tricky, and having a chartered accountant on hand can make it a lot easier to understand. We’ll help you to work out where you can get relief and exemptions and to ensure that you get the maximum possible benefit.

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Tax exemptions and relief can be found in:

  • Gift aid
  • Regular sources of income
  • Trading profits
  • Land and property
  • Capital gains
  • Charity business rates relief
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