There is a legal requirement under s41 Charities Act 2005 for registered charities to declare the income and donations within a certain period.
S41 Duty to prepare annual return
(1) Every charitable entity must ensure that, within 6 months after each balance date of the entity, an annual return that complies with subsection (2) is—
(a) completed in relation to the entity and that balance date; and
(b) dated and signed on behalf of the entity; and
(c) sent or delivered to the chief executive.
Quite straight forward. Nothing hard or difficult about that legal requirement is there?
Why then do the trustees of the Ururangi Trust
believe it is exempt from the law?