10 Mar 2014
The Big Lottery Fund has announced a new £150m fund to invest in community-led enterprises across England, the largest ever fund of its kind.
M&A activity among mid-tier audit firms is creating new challengers in the charity audit hierarchy, finds Diane Sim.
The Directory of Social Change has recommended to the Sorp Committee that grantmaking trusts should be obliged to provide details in their accounts and annual report of all grants they have made.
CFG opposes the proposal in the new Sorp that charities ought to be required to disclose the job title and salary of the highest earner within their accounts.
Surely it's for each organisation to decide whether contract delivery fits with their ethos and business model.
With the Sorp consultation coming to an end, Andrew Hind discusses some of the challenges facing today's charity finance directors.
The Shadow Sorp Working Party has identified a number of areas in the draft of the new accounting framework for the charity sector “where an opportunity has been missed”.
Carole Claridge evaluates the reserves policies and practices of charities in the autism sector.