Trustee annual reporting webinar recording
6 Nov 2020Denise Copeland Governance and Charity Advice, Charity Annual ReportingCharity Regulation, Governance, accounting, Webinar Recordings
If you missed our webinar on Trustee annual reporting for Trustees' Week you can watch it now at the link below.
31 Oct - Charity annual reporting deadline
21 Oct 2019Denise Copeland Charity Regulation, Governance and Charity AdviceCharity Regulation, accounting, Governance
If your registered charity's financial year is 1 January - 31 December then you will have a deadline of 31 October in which to submit your annual monitoring return to the Charity Commission.
Charities ‘in default’
20 Feb 2019Denise Copeland Governance and Charity Advice, Charity Regulationaccounting, Charity Regulation, Charity commission
There are currently 474 charities classified as being ‘in default’ on the charity register.
Annual charity reporting – getting ready for the 2018 deadline
13 Dec 2017Denise Copeland Charity Regulationaccounting, Governance
This New Year's Day, over 1,000 charities will be notified by the charity regulator that they have 10 months in which to submit their annual accounts.
Basic book-keeping for small charities
31 Jul 2017Denise Copeland Training and Skills Development, Governance and Charity AdviceFinance, accounting, Governance
A series of practical workshops for treasurers of small charities to help establish appropriate financial systems.
Independent examination - the alternative to an audit
12 Dec 2016Denise Copeland Governance and Charity Adviceaccounting, Charity Regulation
Chris Smith, Trustee of the Association of Charity Independent Examiners (ACIE) and a practicing independent examiner explains what an independent examination is and when charities may avail of this option.
How could the rates review affect your organisation?
9 Dec 2015Bob Harper Policy & Public AffairsRates, Finance, accounting, Policy
The review of the non-domestic rating system makes some proposals around the current exemptions that charitable organisations receive on their properties. Voluntary and community organisations could be affected. Here we examine how.