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Written in a clear format with easy-to-use language, this publication keeps you up to date with the latest compliance requirements and developments. It will save you many hours, and will save you a multiple of the subscription-price in terms of professional advice-fees, with its sample forms, handy checklists and model policies, all professionally drafted and ready to be downloaded, adapted and used. Whether you are a company secretary, trustee, chief executive, accountant or senior external adviser, this resource is a must for you.
Among its extensive administrative compliance sections, this service also provides:
- Event Safety: Now includes latest Health and Safety Executive guidance
- New Legislation: Addresses important changes introduced by the Health and Social Care Act 2008 and the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012
- Equality Act: Latest guidance for charities on the Scottish Charity Register from The Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator
- Safeguarding Requirements and Criminal Records Checks: Industry news including recent changes to safeguarding regulations; changes to the rehabilitation of offenders rules and the revised Disclosure and Barring Service procedures, documents and guidance
- Charity Constitutions/Registration/Regulation
- Charitable Giving
- Charity Trading
- Public Accountability
- Borrowing, Creditcontrol and Dispute Resolution
- Charity Land, Investments and IP
- Data Protection Law
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"I have been using Jordan Publishing Charities Administration Service for over a decade, as a clerk to trustee boards and as a specialist charity adviser. In all those contexts, I have found it to be an indispensable source of knowledge for the successful running of a charity.
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Head of Charity Eminence
GENERAL EDITORSCon Alexander
Partner, Veale Wasbrough VizardsGreyham Dawes FCA, DChA
Charities Unit Director, Crowe Clark Whitehill LLPJenny Ebbage
Partner, Edwards & Co. SolicitorsCecile Gillard LLB (Hons), FRSA
Legal Manager, Charities and Civil Society, Burton Sweet, Chartered AccountantsSimon Mackintosh
Partner, Turcan Connell
SCOTTISH EDITORSSimon Mackintosh
Partner and Head of the Charities UnitKen Pinkerton
and Alexander Garden
both from Turcan Connell Solicitors
, Barrister, Guildhall Chambers
Update 54 includes material on:
– Company law: further legal and regulatory changes resulting from the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015.
– Northern Ireland: new guidance from the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland including guidance for Northern Ireland industrial and provident societies on areas such as trustee remuneration, charity registration and governing documents; legal changes introduced by the Credit Unions and Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act (Northern Ireland) 2016; CCNI guidance – independent examination of accounts.
– Accounting and reporting (England and Wales): general principles that underpin charity reporting; small charities classification (update bulletin issued by the joint SORP issuing bodies); latest SORP changes – reworked model charity annual reports and accounts examples; cashflow statements requirements; social investments; investment performance against objectives – requirements for larger charities; disclosures of ‘principal risks and uncertainties’ for larger charities and their subsidiaries (annual trustees’ report).
– Audit and independent examination: revised Charity Commission guidance on whistleblowing for auditors and independent examiners.
– HR: pensions enrolment latest batch of auto-staging date; latest updates to the statutory guidance ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’; employment law – staff rights on transfers (general); transfer of staff into the UK.
– Tax: Gift Aid ‘authorised officials’: HMRC expectations; Finance Act 2016.
– Contracts: potential impact of Public Contracts Regulations and State Aid rules on some contractual arrangements; public sector contracts – prompt payment clauses and the Crown Commercial Service guidance and ‘model’ clause.
– Fundraising: additional reporting requirements in trustees’ annual report (compulsory for charities subject to audit); revised Charity Commission guidance on risk management (CC20 June 2016); Scottish Fundraising Complaints – the new body and the new complaints regime; new Fundraising Regulator and its remit (England and Wales).
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