Charities have until the end of September to apply for an extension to file their accounts if they have been delayed because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In March last year, the Charity Commission said it would consider granting an extension to any charity that was struggling to file its annual return because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The regulator said that, as coronavirus restrictions have been eased, it had reviewed its approach to filing extensions and published updated guidance.
It said it would be contacting all charities that had a filing extension in place by 30 June to tell them they would need to meet their filing commitments by 30 September.
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