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Debbie Jennings outlines the key tax issues for charities with trading subsidiary companies.
Carol Rudge summarises the findings of a report into the governance arrangements at the UK's top 100 charities.
In recent weeks, a number of social organisations have launched unlisted retail bonds. Philip Secrett analyses the new trend.
One thing we really do need is leadership in the Charity Commission that is truly and transparently independent from the party in power.
Matthew Beaman advises on the importance of achieving consistency in international employee benefits.
In a major review of the financial governance practices of the 100 largest charities, Carol Rudge finds that they could obtain greater benefit from their annual reports.
Trustees at top-100 charities earn, on average, £10,180 a year if they are paid by their charity, while claims for trustee expenses average £2,858, according to a new report on charity governance by Grant Thornton.