BWB's Bill Lewis answers some common questions on charity tax and VAT.
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A social enterprise is not defined by its legal form, but rather by its nature. Social enterprise is defined by government as “a business with primarily social objectives whose surpluses are principally reinvested for that purpose in the business or in the community, rather than being driven by the need to maximise profit for shareholders and owners"
A charity is an organisation which is established for the public benefit and which has purposes (the charity’s objects) which are exclusively charitable.
When setting up an organisation with a social purpose, you must decide what form it is going to take. You may consider establishing a charity or a social enterprise. Although many organisations fall into both brackets there are many distinct differences that are important to note.
BWB’s Bill Lewis answers top charity questions on Tax and VAT, and unravels the more complex areas of VAT-exemption. Find out what charities have to pay tax on, and where savings can be made. pay tax on, and where savings can be made.
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