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Charity Administration Handbook by Don Bawtree

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Charity Administration Handbook provides all the information needed to set up and run a charity or non-profit organisation effectively. Written in a non-technical and accessible way, this book is an essential reference work for charity administrators and their professional advisers. Completely restructured to follow the lifecycle of a charity from start up to dissolution, this title also uses helpful signposts and cross-references throughout to make it user-friendly and easy to navigate. The comprehensive coverage includes: Setting up a charity Governing a charity Managing charity regulation Managing charity finance Generating income Managing charities Managing staff and volunteers Winding up a charity There have been many developments since the previous (5th) edition, as follows: New fundraising regime has been introduced New Charities Act 2016 has been published Charities SORP has been updated (Charities SORP (FRS 102)/Charities SORP (FRS 102) Update Bulletin 1) New Northern Ireland regulatory regime has been implemented There have been audit rule changes (eg new guidance on independent examination of charity accounts and whistleblowing) New charity governance code has been published New guidance on conflicts of interest has been published New content on fundraising through social media will be included The Common Reporting Standard is a new requirement for many charities who are investment entities to report any payments made to tax residents outside the UK, under the Automatic Exchange of Information requirements Consultation on benefits under gift aid will have been finalised Changes to retail gift aid and the Small Donations Scheme will be included There is a new requirement to hold Register of People with Significant Control More diagrams/precedents/checklists are included

Author Biography

Don Bawtree is a partner in the Charities Unit of BDO LLP and acts for a range of national and international charities. He has written widely on the subject of charities. Kate Kirkland is a visiting lecturer at St Mary's University College London, where she presents the governance and strategic management modules on the MA course in Charity Management. She also provides not-for-profit organisations with advice on governance and management issues. Previously Kate was a director in the Charities Unit at BDO LLP and Head of NCVO's Trustee Unit.
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June 7th, 2018
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
6th Revised edition
Bloomsbury Professional
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