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Trustees of Charities in recent years have come under close scrutiny in the way they perform their duties and in the way they report their activities as trustees.  In recent years the Charity Commissioners have assumed substantial regularity powers and the accounting standards for charities.  The charity accounts are now prepared in accordance with the Financial Reporting Standard, applicable in the UK and Republic of Ireland (FR102) and the Charities SORP (FRS102).   The governing acts are the Charities Act 2011 and the Companies Act 2006.

We specialise in advising and assisting charities of all sizes, whether incorporated, limited by guarantee or unincorporated.  Our chief executive, Arvind Joshi, has  the prestigious qualification, Diploma in Charity Accounting (DChA) granted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales in recognition of his experience and ability.  The qualification acknowledges his expertise and experience in charity accounting and finance at the highest level.

We provide a complete accountancy and auditing service.  This incorporates independent examination of financial statements for smaller charities to full audits for larger charities.

We also advise on the taxation matters pertaining to the charities.

Our clients include community interest, care homes, educational, religious bodies and other charities.

We advise how best to keep charity accounting records and the preparation of financial statements and other compliance issues, which comply with the Charities Act 2011 and the guidance of Charity Commissions.

We help charities to introduce and implement internal control and advice on appropriate IT systems.

The Charities Act is changing and we will be able to advise you on this.

We also deal with accounting, auditing and taxation requirement of exempt charities, registered under Industrial and Provident Societies Act (IPS) legislation.