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Corporation tax
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I hardly dare ask this question with all the recent tax avoidance headlines, but here goes...I understand that as a CIC we have to pay corporation tax on profits. I've heard the view that a good…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alastair Irvine Feb 1, 2013.

Two directors - no lottery funding
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Hi, Is anyone else frustrated by the fact that CICs with only 2 directors cannot apply for Lottery and Children in Need funding? I would have thought that the asset lock would be assurance that the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Martin Dec 13, 2013.

The Big Give
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One of our volunteers suggested we register on the Big Give website, but when I looked I found it was just for charities. It seems this is quite common in the donation website world. Does anyone know…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve Blake Jun 24, 2010.

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Debbie La-Haye and TESYouth are now friends
Jul 17
John Mulkerrin replied to Debbie La-Haye's discussion Money Donations in the group Accounts Group
" in some circumstances if that underspend is 'forward spending' on a project into the next tax year it isnt taxable"
Mar 26
Alastair Irvine replied to Debbie La-Haye's discussion Donation of land in the group Accounts Group
"A company could claim that as a deduction from taxable profit. An individual would struggle to get a deduction, it would only be possible if the land was to be sold and turned into cash in which case Gift Aid is theoretically possible."
Mar 26
Alastair Irvine replied to Debbie La-Haye's discussion Money Donations in the group Accounts Group
"I believe so. Unless you were selling them shares or membership."
Mar 26
Debbie La-Haye added 2 discussions to the group Accounts Group
Mar 26
Debbie La-Haye joined Heidi Harris's group
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Accounts Group

For any accounting related queries, including accounts software package questions, grants and trading income treatment, HMRC or Companies House queries/issues, tax reliefs for CICs, links to useful finance information etc
Mar 26
Robert Martin replied to Debbie La-Haye's discussion Two directors - no lottery funding
"Thanks R"
Dec 13, 2013
Debbie La-Haye replied to Debbie La-Haye's discussion Two directors - no lottery funding
"Hi, I'm the original poster, and in the end we did take on a third director, as we wanted to apply for capital funding. We chose a longstanding volunteer / committee member who was happy to take a back seat in the day to day running. (and yes…"
Dec 12, 2013
John Mulkerrin replied to Debbie La-Haye's discussion Two directors - no lottery funding
"Hi Robert They still require 3 directors. It is normally pretty easy to add a director, just look through your articles of association to refresh yourself on the procedure (normally in section 9) Best John"
Dec 12, 2013
Robert Martin replied to Debbie La-Haye's discussion Two directors - no lottery funding
"Just come across this problem has anyone an update? and how easy is it to add a non executive director to your team and is their any legal costs etc along the way ?"
Dec 12, 2013
John Mulkerrin commented on Debbie La-Haye's blog post Peoples Millions finalist!
"tickled pink for you Debbie, well done!"
Dec 3, 2013
Debbie La-Haye commented on Debbie La-Haye's blog post Peoples Millions finalist!
"And the good news is.....we won £50,000!  We got the bonus award (best runner up) which still meant we got the full amount of money we applied for. This was our first attempt at Lottery funding, so it was very exciting to…"
Dec 2, 2013
Sara Burgess commented on Debbie La-Haye's blog post Peoples Millions finalist!
"Well done! Good luck on the day. Sara"
Dec 2, 2013
Debbie La-Haye posted a blog post

Vote today 27th

Please vote for Horses Helping People in the People's Millions final - lines only open til midnight 27th,, so do it now! Call 0871 626 88 15 You can vote 10 times from any phone. Watch this film to see why you should vote …See More
Nov 27, 2013
A blog post by Debbie La-Haye was featured

Peoples Millions finalist!

Fantastic news! - Horses Helping People CIC in Buckinghamshire have won through to the final round of ITV's The People's Millions, where worthy projects compete for public votes to win a cash donation of £50,000 from the National Lottery Big Lottery Fund.Our therapeutic horsemanship centre is hoping to secure the money to fund the 'Neigh Team' project, where volunteers from the veteran and homeless communities will come to Sunrise Farm through 2014 to build a mile long sensory nature trail with…See More
Nov 7, 2013
Dr Kim Brown commented on Debbie La-Haye's blog post Peoples Millions finalist!
"Excellent news - bery worthwhile organisation that have led the way in this type of work - Dr Kim Brown"
Nov 6, 2013

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Name of organisation (if any) you are associated with?
Horses Helping People
Is that organisation a CIC?
Yes
If you have a website, what is your web address?
http://www.horseshelpingpeople.co.uk
Are you interested in representing a CIC at the CIC Association AGM?
Yes
Are you interested in working in partnership with the CIC Association?
Yes

Debbie La-Haye's Blog

Vote today 27th

Please vote for Horses Helping People in the People's Millions final - lines only open til midnight 27th,, so do it now! Call 0871 626 88 15 You can vote 10 times from any phone. Watch this film to see why you should vote …

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Posted on November 27, 2013 at 22:24

Peoples Millions finalist!

Fantastic news! - Horses Helping People CIC in Buckinghamshire have won through to the final round of ITV's The People's Millions, where worthy projects compete for public votes to win a cash donation of £50,000 from the National Lottery Big Lottery Fund.

Our therapeutic horsemanship centre is hoping to secure the money to fund the 'Neigh Team' project, where volunteers from the veteran and homeless communities will come to Sunrise Farm through 2014 to build a mile long sensory nature…

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Posted on October 31, 2013 at 23:18 — 4 Comments

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At 22:50 on April 5, 2011, Kathryn Kimbley said…
Hi Debbie,

Funny I should come across your post... Fatum perhaps ;) I'm a qualified Counsellor and have been studying the human-animal bond for a number of years. Your picture gave it away really, but I had a funny feeling you were in the same field as myself (although you are clearly in the hippo rather than the canine field ;))!

Anyhow, I just thought I'd introduce myself as it's wonderful to see more human-animal orgs popping up here in the UK!!!

All the best,

Kathryn
At 18:46 on October 6, 2009, John Mulkerrin said…
Hi Debbie
Thats a name I recognise from back in old days of 06/07!

Welcome to the site and thanks for joining! We hope to develop into a practical resource for all CICs and CIC Partners.

We’ll be sending out an update on our plans shortly and look forward to your input.

Best regards

John Mulkerrin
 
 
 

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