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Changes to law cut charity costs and red tape

Changes to law cut charity costs and red tape

| 18/02/2019 | 4 Comments

(CNS): An amendment to the Companies Law made at the end of last year to reduce red tape and costs for local non-profits comes into effect on Friday, 1 March. Application fees for charitable entities applying to operate as a Section 80 company will be cut from CI$1,000 to $300 and administrative fees cut from $500 […]

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CIG looks to smooth local charity troubles

CIG looks to smooth local charity troubles

| 04/12/2018 | 29 Comments

(CNS): More than 400 churches, sports clubs, community groups and charities in the Cayman Islands that are registered with government have been experiencing major administrative headaches as a result of the Non-Profit Organisations Law, 2017, which was implemented to deal with the risks posed by offshore non-profit entities. So, in moves to help local charitable organisations […]

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Speaker blames red tape for closing his charity

Speaker blames red tape for closing his charity

| 14/08/2018 | 90 Comments

(CNS): Speaker of the House McKeeva Bush is blaming a law implemented by the current government, of which he is now a member, for closing a charitable foundation he established over twenty years ago. Bush said he “can’t put up with the bureaucracy” of the legislation, which is intended to improve transparency in the charity […]

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