Charities are one of the most heavily regulated “business” sectors in the UK.
Charitable entities usually take the form of a trust or a limited company, with limited company status gradually becoming more common, especially for newer charities.
Charitable status is regulated by the Charity Commission, who see that status as a privilege, not a right.
This means that all charities must make a return and, subject to size, file financial statements annually with the Charity Commission, and those that are limited companies must also file financial statements at Companies House.
Charities invariably face issues not seen in commercial businesses, including:
We have experience of dealing with all of these issues and can assist the Trustees or Directors in considering any action required.
On behalf of us all a very big thank you to you and everyone at Dendy Neville for your support in helping us grow the business over the last 20 years. You have been a key partner to us and a pleasure to work with.