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Queen Elizabeth II Memorial Day, Monday 26 September Our phone lines and offices are closed, but you can still get in touch with us. Find out more

Delays to response times: It's taking longer than usual to answer calls and myIR messages, including for unclaimed money. You may be able to use self-service options in myIR. You can also find information on our website by typing in what you want to do in the search bar. Thank you for your understanding. Log in to myIR

Changes to the myIR login screen are coming You will not be able to use myIR between 1pm Saturday 8 October and 8am Monday 10 October. This is so we can update our external authentication system. From Monday 10 October the myIR login page will have a new look and feel, but the login process will not change.

A not-for-profit organisation is any society, association or group, which can be incorporated or unincorporated. The activities of the organisation are not carried on for the profit or gain of any member, and the rules of the organisation do not allow any money or property to be distributed to any member.

Some examples of not-for-profits include:

  • churches
  • public schools, charities, clinics and hospitals
  • volunteer services organisations
  • clubs and societies.

Incorporated or unincorporated organisations and their tax

If your not-for-profit is:

  • registered and incorporated, it will pay the company tax rate 28%
  • unincorporated, it will pay tax based on the individual tax rate. The rate at which you will pay tax is based on the not-for-profit’s income for the tax year.

Last updated: 06 Jul 2020
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