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Gift aid is used by Oxfam and other charities as a form of tax avoidance, according to an article published last week by a right-wing think tank, questioning charities’ right to criticise tax havens.
The government has promised that there will be greater scrutiny before awarding grants to charities, as it rolls out a raft of measures as a result of the collapse of Kids Company.
The chief executive of homelessness charity Shelter has written to the government to ask them to stop using his charity's name in defence of an anti-advocacy policy.
Peter Holbrook, the chief executive umbrella body for social enterprises, Social Enterprise UK, has criticised the Cabinet Office for not including charities and social enterprises in the scope of its review on mission-led businesses.
HMRC has introduced changes to both the operation and management of gift aid, and the gift aid declaration. Barry Gower outlines the main areas charities need to be aware of.
A giant of the charity sector, but an even greater friend. I am truly devastated that Dave is no longer with us.
HM Revenue & Customs has updated its guidance on digital gift aid, and said it will introduce a “pre-donation questionnaire” which supporters must complete before they can make gift aided donations online.
Orlando Fraser, Charity Commission board member, tells Kirsty Weakley that the regulator is committed to the independence of the sector.
Sir Stephen Bubb talks about his ideas for improving leadership and communication in the charity sector. By David Ainsworth.
The three UK charity regulators have opened a joint consultation on a revised list of “significant matters” that auditors and independent examiners must report.