Charity Compliance Update – August 2018

Plenty to get your teeth in to this month with the launch of the Civil Society’s strategy on building a better future and consultation updates – outcomes and the launch of The Charity Digital Code of Practice consultation. Read on to stay up to date. Civil Society Strategy: Building a future that works for everyone […]

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Charity Compliance Update – May 2018

It’s all about fraud prevention, GDPR and safeguarding guidance this month. Read on for your full sector compliance update. 10 top tips for fraud prevention The Charity Commission for England and Wales (CCEW) published a study about insider fraud and charities on 26 April 2018. The headline reads; “almost three quarters of insider frauds at […]

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Changing your charity structure

In recent years, more and more newly-registered charities (in England and Wales) have started life as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO). Existing unincorporated charities – Trusts and Associations – have been able to convert to a CIO since the Charities Act 2011 was enacted however, until now, incorporated charities (those registered with Companies House in […]

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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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