Who needs a Form CHAR410-R?
Individuals and legal entities, who are in re-registration of charity organization after law or other violations.
What is for Form CHAR410-R?
Form CHAR410-R is a Re-Registration Statement for Charitable Organizations, which must be filed if charity organization registering or presence was cancelled or forbidden due violation or reporting requirements.
Charity organizations, which were suspected in violations must be re-registered in Charity Bureau. Correctly filed Form CHAR410-R increases chances of organization to be approved or Charities Bureau may reinstate registration.
Is CHAR410-R Form accompanied by other forms?
CHAR410-R Form is accompanied with:
- CHAR410i Form. Actually, it is instructions with important informations about using and filing forms C HAR410-R, CHAR410-A, CHAR410 and Schedule E.
- CHAR500 Form
- Schedule E (Request for Registration Exemption)
- CHAR410 (Registration Statements)
When is CHAR410-R Form due?
Form CHAR410-R will be expired when decision about satisfying/rejecting will be made by Charity Bureau.
How do I feel out Form CHAR410-R?
The following information must be provided:
Identification of registrant (name, address, contacts, website)
Two signatures of certificating organizations (President’s and Chief Financial Officer)
Fee submitted (payment check must be attached)
Attachments of all required documents (Legal documents, bylaws and organization rules if they are present, IRS Form 1023 or 1024 Application, IRS Tax exemption determination letter)
Request for Registration Exemption
Organization Structure (Incorporation\Formation, list of all branches, affiliates and representatives, list officers and other key employers)
Federal Tax Exempt Status
Where do I send Form CHAR410-R?
Filed CHAR410-R Form must be sent to: New York State Department of Law (Office of attorney General)
Charities Bureau – Registration Section
New York, NY 10271