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Our Charity & Social Enterprise department are delighted to present their Autumn Update 2018.
Bates Wells’ Advisory & Impact (A&I) team have authored a ground-breaking report for Hyde Group which reveals findings of significant interest to the social housing sector, central government and local authorities.
Emma Knuckey reports on recent developments at the Charity Commission and in the Charity Tribunal.
The Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Act 2016 conferred new powers on the Charity Commission.
In the second of our articles on tax, we look at new Financial Reporting Council guidelines that have changed the accouting treatment of gifts of profit from wholly-owned trading subsidiaries to their parent charities.
We ask what the future will hold as traditional workplaces undergo radical change.
In this focus on tax issues relating to charities we look at new guidance from HMRC on the VAT implications of payments to charities - are they grants, which are outside the scope of VAT - or fees, which are potentially subject to VAT?
Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards are now in force, Amanda Gray looks at the implications.
Will Scott looks at the trend for building accreditation and asks whether it is worth the effort involved.
New rules on automatic disqualification come into force in August 2018.