As he takes on his new role as Chair of the Charity Committee, Daniel Chan shares his thoughts for the coming year.
Charity Finance Professionals Community articles
The latest articles for Charity Finance Professionals Community members.
William Makower, founding trustee of National Funding Scheme, considers the audit control and risk elements of its DONATE fundraising platform.
The Fundraising Regulator’s Policy and Development Officer, Heather McLoughlin, looks at how charity annual reports can meet the fundraising reporting requirements under section 13 of the Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Act 2016.
The Charity Commission for England and Wales wants to see ICAEW audit firms do better at meeting their duty to report matters of material significance including modified audit opinions for charities. In this article, we look at why these reports are so important, and what firms can do more widely to improve their reporting of matters of material significance.
We have listened to your feedback and are delighted to offer you three charity-specific half-day events this autumn, bringing the topics that you have most requested to your virtual doorstep.
Scams have increased during the pandemic, with tax-related scams doubling in the last year.
The ICAEW has published its response to the BEIS consultation ‘Restoring trust in audit and corporate governance’ but what was its take on the definition of a Public Interest Entity (PIE) and how does this compare to the Charity Commission’s response?
Research findings now available: Smaller charities, SORP and issues of financial accounting and reporting
In the June newsletter, we asked accountants, advisers and independent examiners of smaller charities to participate in research commissioned by Power to Change, the Charities Aid Foundation and the Lloyds Bank Foundation.
The SORP 2021-22 work plan and commentary have been released by the Charities SORP-making body to show when the SORP Committee will make decisions on 15 areas identified for review.
The BEIS whitepaper is right to look at what classifies as a public interest entity. But its suggestions could stretch the capacity of the audit market to breaking point.