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James Sutton and Kathryn Kimbley are now friends
Aug 2, 2011
Michael Winwood and James Sutton are now friends
Jan 10, 2011
James Sutton replied to James Sutton's discussion How can a C.I.C benefit from corporate donation's tax relief? in the group CIC Share Issues
"Thank you for your advice Alastair, most helpful."
Aug 30, 2010
Alastair Irvine replied to James Sutton's discussion How can a C.I.C benefit from corporate donation's tax relief? in the group CIC Share Issues
"In terms of a corporate wishing to donate to charitable body, they would probably prefer a charity but only for the assurance its doing good stuff not because of any tax law (Charities are better understood than CICs). The true answer is more…"
Aug 30, 2010
James Sutton added a discussion to the group CIC Share Issues
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How can a C.I.C benefit from corporate donation's tax relief?

I have recently set up an organisation as a C.I.C, our principal aim isto sell our products and services to raise money for rainforestprotection. Essentially 90% of our revenue be transferred directly torainforest charities we are supporting, with 10% being kept by theorganisation for our running costs.I understand that because my organisation is a C.I.C and not a charitythen corporates that trade with us will not benefit from tax relief. Soif tax relief was their primary concern and they had…See More
Aug 30, 2010
James Sutton is now a member of CIC Association
Aug 30, 2010

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What is your postcode?
WA16 9BH
Name of organisation (if any) you are associated with?
bloomtrigger
Is that organisation a CIC?
Yes
If you have a website, what is your web address?
http://www.bloomtrigger.com
Are you interested in representing a CIC at the CIC Association AGM?
No
Are you interested in working in partnership with the CIC Association?
Yes

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At 15:53 on January 11, 2011, Michael Winwood said…
James - sorry not to have caught you yesterday.  My mobile is on always! Home office is 01803 296118.  Look forward to talking with you.
At 19:06 on January 6, 2011, Michael Winwood said…
James - have heard about your porposals from Ian Collins.  Am a member here and can probably help you raise the funds you need for demonstration and beyond.  Call me - 07885 841540
At 9:29 on August 31, 2010, Cecile Gillard said…
Hi James

Actually the tax relief a corporate body obtains on its corporate Gift Aid donations to charities, whilst not the key motivation for the gift, is nonetheless important to that corporate donor.

CICs have no special tax reliefs, unlike charities - as you will sadly know by now. This is one of the deterrents to the further growth of the CIC legal form.

For guidance on the Gift Aid regime and how corporate bodies can make donations under it to organisations recognised for tax purposes as charities (its a tax law test), see the guidance notes on HMRC's website:

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/businesses/giving/index.htm

To what extent you could use a charity alongside the CIC and what the relationship between them might potentially be is imposssible to say without knowing a great deal more about your situation and your ideas for the future. You do need to take specialist charity legal advice and some good tax advice (including on the VAT issues) - otherwise you may find some very unhelpful and even unpleasnat consequences. I'm happy to advise on a professional basis if you wish - do contact me.

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