Charity Compliance Update – June 2018

Charity Compliance update

It’s been a relatively quiet month on the compliance front as we hit the holiday season and the regulatory teams seem to be taking a well-earned rest (except for OSCR it would seem). Read on for this month’s update in all things compliance. Charity Annual Return 2018 – update Later this Summer the Charity Commission […]

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Charity Compliance Update – April 2018

Consultation responses – hot off the press! Business Rates in multi-occupied properties The government’s response to a consultation around the proposed reinstatement of a practice by the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) – namely applying one rating assessment to contiguous (touching) business properties occupied by the same ratepayer – has been published this month. There has […]

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Charity Compliance Update – March 2018

This month’s instalment brings you updated fundraising guidance from OSCR, changes to FRS102 and financial reporting re subsidiary gift aid payments and the launch of a consultation around guidance for managing relationships with non-charitable connected parties. Don’t forget to scroll to the bottom for the latest on Sector consultations – including the new SORP consultation. […]

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Getting your charity ready for year end

For many charities, 31 March 2018 will be the next financial year end to contend with. As charity specialist accountants and advisors, we understand the challenges faced by finance teams in the Sector when getting ready for year end – whether that be audit or Independent Examination. This article explores top tips for year-end preparation […]

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Charity Compliance Update – February 2018

It’s been a relatively quiet month regarding new consultations this month however, read on to get up to speed with updated automatic disqualification rules and revised HMRC VAT guidance around contracts versus grants. Automatic disqualification rules From 1 August 2018 changes to the automatic disqualification rules (for charities registered in England and Wales) mean that […]

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