If your club, society, or another similar organisation starts business activities as a limited company, use the CT41G (Clubs) form to tell HMRC. This is so that HMRC know when your organisation is liable to start paying Corporation Tax. Our short video explains Corporation Tax in a bit more detail. You can also provide this information online.
When should I send my CT41G to HMRC?
You should send the form to HMRC within three months, even if the company isn’t trading or carrying on a business activity.
Similarly, if you have a dormant company which becomes active and starts trading, you should inform HMRC within three months using a form CT41G.
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