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Who needs to file a NJ CRI?
New Jersey-based nonprofit organizations are required to file either Form CRI-300R or CRI-200, along with their IRS Form 990 annually. These forms are due to the State of New Jersey on the last day of the sixth month following the close of the organization's fiscal year.
Who regulates charities in NJ?
The Division of Consumer Affairs' Charities Registration and Investigation Section registers and regulates charitable organizations, professional fund raisers, and fund raising counsels operating in New Jersey.
What is a charitable registration number?
A charity registration number is 15-digit program account number assigned to a charity by the CRA when it is registered. A complete charity registration number has three parts: the BN (first nine digits), the program identifier (two letters), and the reference number (four digits).
Who Must File NJ CRI?
Initial Registration If your organization raised more than $25,000 in gross contributions in its last fiscal year, or if it contracted with a professional fund raiser, Form CRI-150I and CRI-150IC (with addendum) must be submitted.
What is CRI-200?
Who needs Form CRI-200? The Form CRI-200, Short-Form Registration/Verification Statement is a document that should be completed and submitted by every charitable organization that is doing business or is located in the State of New Jersey and its gross contributions reach or don't exceed $25,000.
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