Welcome to the annual renewal webinar presented by the California attorney general's registry of charitable trusts referred to as the registry in this presentation we will cover the annual filing requirements of charitable organizations that operate in California such organizations are required to renew their registration each year with the registry charitable trusts and unincorporated organizations holding charitable assets are also required to renew their registration each year registration is renewed by filing the annual registration renewal fee report referred to as form rrf1 along with supporting documents and filing fees we will walk you through the steps to fill out form rrf1 and how to research the organization's registration information online our goal is to make it easy for organizations to file their annual renewal reports the Attorney General's registry staff are dedicated in helping organizations remain current and in good standing with the registry's reporting requirements most charitable organizations operating in California must complete the initial registration process and renew their registration each year with the registry the renewal process requires the filing of form rrf1 every year form rrf1 must be filed even if the organization raised no Revenue during the year a renewal fee with the form rrf1 will also be required based on the organization's total revenue the form rrf1 lists the sliding fee scale if the organization's total revenue is fifty thousand dollars or more a complete copy of the IRS form 990 must also be filed with the registry the form must include all schedules and attachments that were filed with the IRS except for the schedule B which does not need to be filed with the registry if the organization cannot locate a copy of its IRS form 990 but used a tax preparer please contact the tax preparer for a copy of the organization's IRS filing otherwise request a copy from the IRS by completing IRS form 4506 contact the IRS to...
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