What's in October 2016's issue of Charity Finance?

03 Oct 2016 News

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This month's Charity Finance magazine looks at how well the charity sector is doing at being transparent in its annual accounts, and poor reporting practices among small charities. It also looks at how to prevent a repeat of the Kid's Company failings, and how best to make the most of your IT staff

See below for links to a selection of articles from this month's magazine and infomation on how to subscribe.



Cover theme: Annual report and accounts

  • Needs more work?: Helena Wilkinson says the charity sector has a long way to go to become completely accountable
  • A threat to public trust: Martin Gibson reports on widespread poor reporting practice among small charities
  • A continued evolution: Don Bawtree summarises developments since the latest SORP was launched in 2014
  • Cause for concern?: Planning and transparency are key to navigating new going concern disclosures under SORP, says Neil Finlayson


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