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In an age of decreasing donations and increasing scrutiny, charities are having to find ever more creative ways to reduce expenditure and streamline processes.


The Kids Company collapse had all the elements that the media loves in a story: A flamboyant founder, financial scandal and, most lamentably, vulnerable people who depended on the charity.


In the High Court decision of Yarburgh Children’s Trust, the Court held that a lease by the Trust to a pl

Charity Commission report has accused two trustees of a cancer therapy charity of mismanagem


The law firm Simmons & Simmons has announced it will support a homeless charity’s £1m VAT appeal case on a pro bono basis.


Nigel Davies, head of accountancy services at the Charity Commission, writes about the current taxonomy consultation and the commission’s plans for digital accounts filing.

Charity shops must be clearer about the tax implications of buying their products, HMRC has said in 


This week brought more revelations about the government’s involvement with failed children’s charity Kids Company, with a senior civil servant telling MPs on the Public Accounts Committee that


In spite of the warm welcome for those attending SWAT’s first annual charities convention, there was a certain amount of apprehension about the introduction of FRSSE and FRS 102 SORPs.


Founder of failed charity Kids Company Camila Batmanghelidjh denied allegations of mismanagement at a tur