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Investing in line: responsible investment explained

23 Aug 2016

Helen Lowe introduces the concept of responsible investment and some of the key talking points. 

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Technical briefing: VAT on free memberships

Peter Ladanyi outlines a recent case which confirms that organisations that offer free memberships may treat the VAT incurred as input tax.

Technical briefing: Dealing with conduct dismissals

Louise Fernandes-Owen examines a recent case which is instructive for employers investigating staff misconduct.

Technical briefing: Procedural changes for altering constitutions

Augustus Della-Porta reports on clarification recently provided by the Charity Commission on the procedure for changing a charity's objects.

Technical briefing: VAT cost-sharing exemption

HMRC recently announced in the Budget that it will work with the charity and not-for-profit sector to consider the implementation of a VAT cost-sharing exemption. Keith Lawson discusses the details.

The widely held view that charities should stick to doing good works and stay clear of campaigning is a recipe for social stagnation. The world has changed, charities need to change with it and speak truth to power about what it takes to solve root causes of societal ills rather than pussyfoot around problems.

» Liberal influence: Andrew Hind interviews Lord Rennard

Technical briefing: Sports affiliation fees

Share and share alike is the message from the HMRC in its new policy towards VAT treatment in sports-related services. Adrian Houstoun reports.

Technical briefing: Substantial reconstruction of listed residential buildings

Be careful of the small print in property transactions warns Adrian Houstoun. As Cheltenham College found, HMRC will be fast on your tail.

Technical briefing: Property law - the Meanwhile Project

The Department of Communities and Local Government has launched an initiative called the Meanwhile Project to fill the increasing number of vacant shop units appearing on the high street with not-for-profits and community organisations. Lesley Robinson takes us through the advantages.

'The most fundamental change to financial reporting for years'

Tania Mason summarises the responses to the Accounting Standards Board’s consultation on the future of UK GAAP.

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