At Making Tax Digital you will get the chance to explore what HMRC’s new policy means for you as a charity – the pros and the cons. Optimise your accounting systems and become more efficient in how your charity handles its tax affairs. Over this morning tax specialists from across the sector will guide you through the process of switching to digital accounting. Gain first-hand advice from charities ahead of the curve in making the digital transition. Take the opportunity to ask questions and gain advice from our expert speakers.
Richard Bray is a chartered accountant who joined Cancer Research UK shortly after its creation in 2002. Previously he worked for KPMG for twenty years in varied audit and tax roles. His current work involves responsibility for a wide range of technical and regulatory issues. He has been closely involved with the Charity Tax Group since 2002 and is currently its vice chairman. He is also a member of the HMRC Charity Tax Forum.
Suda is the Charity and Not-for-Profit Partner at Raffingers but occasionally oversees the IT infrastructure and ensures the best technology is in place to run the company effectively. He specialises in charities and tuition providers and is also the current Chairman of the Audit committee for a local Academy School. Suda takes a hands-on approach in guiding his clients through their growth phases and delivers, not just giving accounting and taxation advice, which is essential, but also advice on setting up systems and sourcing of finance if required.
Mehul is an Associate Partner and is the Data Protection Officer (DPO) at Raffingers. He has spent some time reviewing and updating the data processes within the organisation to remain compliant. He has a wealth of experience in providing business advisory, audit, accountancy and tax services to SMEs, professional practices, charities and owner-managed businesses. Mehul’s experience enables him to provide advice to clients looking to grow their business and also becoming their trusted advisor on all aspects of their business and tax planning.
This event is designed to provide space for charities to discuss with other charities. As a result, there are no corporate spaces available and we will withdraw places booked by non-charity delegates. We will issue a refund minus an administration fee of 15%.
Early-bird charity rate: £99