This is an unusual setup for a company limited by guarantee that is not a registered charity in the UK.
It has no audit or SORP requirement so is electing to voluntarily prepare its accounts under SORP and have these audited.
Reason is principally for its philanthropic donors, so that the donors can be given a detailed set of accounts with full disclosure in a format they understand.
The organisation has no statutory obligation to file SORP accounts with Charities Commission or at Companies House. The organisation wants to continue filing unaudited (or audited) abridged accounts at Companies House.
So the question is what must and can the organisation do?
Can it prepare two sets of accounts, one as its statutory filing with Co House, and another unpublished yet still audited more detailed set for internal use?
looks there to further confuse matters it is also possible to produce "filleted" accounts for Co House that omits certain key sections. So somewhere between full SORP and abridged. Confusing!
Any thoughts on where to go for guidance?