Hoping for abit of advise.
I have a local charity organisation that has asked me to prepare its accounts and submit to charities commission and companies house ( Company Type: PRI/LBG/NSC (Private, Limited by guarantee, no share capital, use of 'Limited' exemption)
I have never come across this before and was wondering if someone could explain to me the differences and how I would have to prepare the accounts different to the usual limited company.
Also, is there anything specific required by the charities commission that I need to be aware of?
Clearly this is charitable work for me as I dont charge them.
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