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25 Jun 2007 15:31

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Can anyone tell me how to go about setting up a charity or not for profit organisation in Hong Kong.
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Moderator

12 Jul 2007 09:52

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The Company Registry provides a memorandum of procedure for applying to Registrar of Companies for a Licence under Section 21 of the Companies Ordinance (Cap.32) for a limited company for the purpose of promoting commerce, art, science, religion, charity, or any other useful object. Please click here for details of this memorandum.
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alfredchan

06 Aug 2007 11:19

We can set up a charity or not-for-profit organization for you, perform the statutory audit and do the compliance for you. We also perform audit for other non-profit making organizations. We are a firm of certified public accountants. Please contact our Ms. Judy Mo at judy@kkchan-cpa.com.hk for details.
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DCK Ng

23 Apr 2009 10:14

We have registered a non-profit making association to manage sport activities for youngsters in Hong Kong. We are going to do charity in future. We want to change the registration as a charity organization. What are the conditions and procedures?
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Moderator

05 Jun 2009 14:38

Please refer to details of the Charities – Tax Exemption under Section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance.
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Adam

17 Sep 2011 12:01

My colleague and I are also undertaking similar venture to what you have done and her trying to find a good accountant who will help us with the company formation and auditing.  If you you could perhaps point us in the right direction we would greatly appreciate it.  bundaegi@mail.com

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lwsconsult

11 Oct 2013 16:16

Subject to certain limitations, charitable institutions or trusts of a public character are exempt from tax under section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance. Charities wishing to enjoy the tax exemption may apply to the Inland Revenue Department.

Generally speaking, for an institution or a trust to be a charity, it must be established for purposes which are exclusively charitable according to law. The law defining the legal attributes of a charity is based upon case law developed through court decisions. Please refer below website for more details: http://www.ird.gov.hk/eng/tax/ach_tgc.htm#app_a

 

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