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If your not-for-profit or charity is registered with the Companies Office or Charities Services, you get certain tax benefits. If your organisation is removed from these registers but is still running, you may lose your tax benefits.

How you get deregistered

You can choose to remove yourself from a register, or Charities Services or the Companies Office can remove you – for example, if you do not file an annual return with them.

Find out when you need to start paying tax, what happens to assets, and when people who donate to you can no longer claim a tax credit.

Last updated: 15 Nov 2022
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