29 Oct 2013
The Charity Commission has suggested to the Treasury that it takes a slice of gift aid or places a direct levy on charities, as it warns it cannot sustain a further 10 per cent funding cut expected in the government’s upcoming spending review.
How proper planning and budgeting is not just good business sense but can actually save tax
Janet Slade and Neville Brownlee explore issues around material significance and whistleblowing.
Is property still a good investment in today's market?
It's a shame that government doesn't think harder about the link between spending money & resources and outcomes.
What can go wrong when there are conflicts of interest between a trading subsidiary and the parent charity - and how to avoid it
When considering investment into treasury-style money market funds, it is vital to take into account a number of key criteria