This section explains how to enter data to complete the Charity details section of the CT600E Charities supplementary pages.
Entering Charity details
- On the CT600E window, click the Charity details hyperlink to open the Charity details window.
- Select the accounting period which is being completed.
If it is a single accounting period within the period of account then the data entry screen will open directly from the Charity Details window.
The data entry window is accounting period-specific The window provides for the entering of the necessary information required by the supplementary page:
- In the Charity Details window, select or enter the following:
- Charity/CASC repayment reference - This number is a combination of letters and numbers.
- Charity commission registration / Scottish Charity number - this number needs to be at least 6 numbers in length with a maximum of 8.
- The company is claiming exemption form all tax on part or all of its income and gains - Tick this box as it is mandatory for filing the supplementary pages online.
- Tick one of the following check boxes
- All income and gains are exempt from tax and are applied for charitable or qualifying purposes
- Some of the income/gains may not be exempt or applied for charitable or qualifying purposes
Signatory name - the name will appear on the printed pages only. HMRC do not require this information for submitting the pages online.
- Signatory status - the status will appear on the printed pages only. HMRC do not require this information for submitting the pages online.
- Date - the date will appear on the printed pages only. HMRC do not require this information for submitting the pages online.
- tick the box if tax has been over claimed during the period covered by the return - this box applies to supplementary pages completed for accounting periods starting on or after 1/4/2015
Notes can be added to this window and all notes will appear as an appendix to the Corporate Tax computation. Click the click to add notes link at the foot of the data entry area.