ChA1 - HMRC Charity application form
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- ChA1 (PDF, 135KB)
Complete form ChA1 if you are an organisation that wants to make claims for the Gift Aid scheme or other repayments of tax. You should also use this form if we have asked you to provide us with more information about your organisation.
- Complete form ChA1 if you are an organisation that wants to make claims for the Gift Aid scheme or other repayments of tax.
Help and guidance relating to this form
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How to complete Form ChA1
Use this guide to help you to fill in Form ChA1 to apply for recognition as a charity for tax purposes
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Applying to HMRC for recognition as a charity for tax purposes
More information about applying to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) for recognition as a charity for tax purposes
64-8 - Authorising your agent
Use form 64-8 to authorise HMRC to communicate with your tax representative about your tax affairs
CASC(A1) - Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) registration form
To register a Club as a Community Amateur Sports Club
R68(i) - Gift Aid and tax repayment claims
Use form R68(i) to claim tax repayments for your charity or CASC
ChV1 - HMRC Charities change of details form
Complete this form if your organisation is already registered with HMRC but you need to tell us about significant changes to your organisation such as a change of contact details, authorised officials, nominees or bank account details.
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