13 Sep 2016
HMRC has published new Common Reporting Standard guidance, which assures charities that it will implement a “soft landing” approach, following pressure from sector bodies.
The National Trust income has risen to £522m this year, according to its recently published annual report and accounts.
Access: the Foundation for Social Investment has announced it will put its endowment from the Cabinet Office into investments intended to create social return.
Military and emergency services charities are being invited by the Treasury to apply for funding coming from banking fines.
The Charity Commission has opened an inquiry into a charity that underestimated its own annual income by almost £500,000, or 78 per cent.
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Charity representative bodies have written to the Treasury seeking assurances about European Union funding.
The Garden Bridge Trust has come in for more criticism after BBC Newsnight revealed that its funding shortfall is £22m more than previously thought.
OSCR, the Scottish Charity Regulator, has published a briefing note to help organisations that need to obtain charitable status in order to continue to claim tax relief on water and sewerage charges.
The Charity Finance Group said it is “disappointed and concerned” by the government’s plans to press ahead with a new apprenticeship levy in April next year, despite claims the levy could funnel charity money to private businesses.