Because we specialise in this field, we have a detailed knowledge of the very specific reporting requirements that relate to Charities
Your accounts will have to comply with the Statement of Recommended Practice (SORP) ‘Accounting and reporting by Charities’.
If your charity is a limited company, your accounts will also have to comply with detailed reporting requirements as laid down by the Companies Act and various Accounting Standards.
We will advise you on any exemptions available from audit, and on whether you can take advantage of special provisions relating to small charities / companies.
We will assist you in the preparation of your accounts and, if necessary, will also audit them.
We will also complete the necessary Corporation Tax Self Assessment forms, including the supplementary form for charities. We will advise you of any Corporation Tax liabilities that may arise and the due dates on which they fall and will also deal with HM Revenue and Customs on your behalf.
If necessary, we will also assist in the preparation of the annual return required by the Charity Commission.
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