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What Is A CIC (Community Interest Company)?

Community Interest Companies (CICS) are limited companies, with special additional features, created for the use of people who want to conduct a business or other activity for community benefit, and not purely for private advantage. This is achieved by a "community interest test" and "asset lock", which ensure that the CIC is established for community purposes and the assets and profits are dedicated to these purposes.  The CIC is a suitable business structure for a Social Firm. For more information see www.cicregulator.gov.uk where there is a frequently asked questions page.

What Is A CIC (Community Interest Company)?

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