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The Charity Treasurer's Handbook

By (author) Gareth G. Morgan
Format: Paperback / softback
Publisher: Directory of Social Change, London, United Kingdom
Published: 3rd Apr 2017
Dimensions: w 132mm h 214mm d 14mm
Weight: 330g
ISBN-10: 178482013X
ISBN-13: 9781784820138
Barcode No: 9781784820138
Synopsis
Steering a charity's finances can be one of the most challenging roles you'll face in the sector. Not least because of the complexities and easy-to-miss legal obligations you face. It is also vital for trustees and governors, to understand their own role and the role of the managers they oversee. This new 5th edition is updated to cover numerous changes since the 4th edition, including the increases to the audit thresholds for charities in England & Wales, the withdrawal of the 2015 Charities SORP known as the FRSSE SORP, changes to Gift Aid" and the new charity accounting requirements in Northern Ireland. Who is this book for? With plenty of helpful examples, this guide is suitable for voluntary sector workers with little or no accounting experience, those from other sectors seeking an update on charity accounting and students on third sector courses.

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'A useful and very comprehensive introduction to charity accounting from day-to-day book-keeping to preparing the Annual Report.'Denise Fellows, Chief Executive, Honorary Treasurer's Forum; 'A top-class handbook for all involved in charity finance. It's precise, comprehensive, relevant and appreciative of the treasurer's role. When Gareth talks charity, it's always worth paying attention.' John O'Brien, Chair of the Charity Finance Group's Community Accountancy Special Interest Group and Chief Executive, Community Accounting Plus; 'An excellent, comprehensive handbook for those involved in governance and/or management of the financial affairs of a UK charity.' Louise Crawford PhD CA, Professor of Accountancy, Aberdeen Business School, Robert Gordon University