Filing the Information Return for Registered Charities and Other Donees
In the return and the guide, references to an “organization,” “charity” or “charitable organization” also apply to an RNASO, unless otherwise indicated. Likewise, “charitable activities” include the activities described in the constituting act of an RNASO.
You can file the information return using the Information Return for Registered Charities and Other Donees (TP-985.22-V).
If you acquire software from a software developer, consult the list of software authorized for filing the information return for registered charities and other donees to make sure that Revenu Québec has given the developer an approval number for the software for the year covered by the return.
Note that registered journalism organizations cannot use software to file the information return.
For more information, refer to Information for Software Users: Partnerships, Registered Charities and Other Donees (IN-415.A-V).
When completing and filing an organization's information return, you must take into account the following:
- the organization's income;
- the fundraising activities to collect donations;
- the gifts made to qualified donees;
- the restrictions on political activities.
For details on completing the information return, see Donees Required to File an Information Return (TP-985.22.G-V).