Charity newsletter – Spring 2019
The ongoing message from the Charity Commission is that trustees must make sure that they are aware of their responsibilities and that their charity is being properly governed. So our next seminars (Brighton 30 April, London 15 May) will focus…
Charity newsletter – Autumn 2018
Safeguarding and fraud continue to be major themes in the charity sector. We remind you of the latest guidance in this newsletter. We know that getting VAT right is also an ongoing matter of concern for many charities. Funding and…
Charity newsletter – Spring 2018
Is your charity safe? The main topic of discussion in the sector over the last few months has undoubtedly been safeguarding. We have titled our next seminars (Brighton 15 May, London 23 May) ‘Is Your Charity Safe?’ and we shall…
Charity newsletter – Autumn 2017
Governance, Governance, Governance… That seems to be very much the number one theme in the sector. Of particular note are the New Governance Code and the House of Lords report. See more details in our separate Governance section below. And this will…
Budget newsletter – Autumn 2018
Philip Hammond joked that he had avoided giving his speech on Halloween night itself because it would have been simply too tempting for the caption writers, and had avoided Christmas because he did not want to appear in cartoons disguised as Santa Claus….
Budget newsletter – Spring 2017
We were about to send the newsletter below out – just as the Tories announced a u-turn on National Insurance increases. We’d like to think it was the potential pressure of our commentary that made the government change its mind….