How to structure your charity’s chart of accounts – part 2

Your charity’s Chart of Accounts (COA) is the collective term for your list of nominal ledger accounts, which can be grouped in to certain categories – such as income, expenditure, assets, liabilities and funds – forming the basis for your organisation’s financial reporting. Last time in How to structure your charity’s chart of accounts Part […]

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How to structure your charity’s chart of accounts – part 1

Your charity’s Chart of Accounts (COA) is the collective term for your list of nominal ledger accounts, which can be grouped in to certain categories – such as income, expenditure, assets, liabilities and funds – forming the basis for your organisation’s financial reporting. From time to time it is prudent to review your COA and […]

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The GFC big Summer update – free stuff, tech news and more

Welcome to our Summer update – read on for Sector updates galore, free stuff and GFC news. Download our latest charity newsletter In this issue we consider the impact of fundraising regulation, relevant consultations and legislative changes. We also include an update on Gift Aid and the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme, Digital advice for […]

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Google Ad grants and Cloud Accounting for Charities – what an event!

We were delighted to welcome so many charities to the Bristol Energy Hub for a joint presentation with Jason Williams. Jason shared his wisdom about how all charities can access $10,000 of Google ad grants per month and our own Jen Gerrard lifted the lid on the delights of cloud accounting and how it can […]

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Short cuts and tips for a busy Finance Manager

Here at Gerrard Financial Consulting we strongly believe in making your accounting and finance life as simple and manageable as it can possibly be. In particular we just love anything that saves precious time, so we’re sharing our shortcuts tips with you to help you zip through spreadsheets, crack those formulae, and be at one […]

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