Involved in running a voluntary organisation? Find detailed information on a range of finance and business topics, including financial responsibilities for charities and how to get the most out of your business planning.
Have a look at our bank account comparison table and some key things to think about when choosing a bank account.
Find out about the water and sewerage exemption scheme available to registered charities and community amateur sports clubs (CASCs).
Discover the best approach to financial record keeping and reporting, when an auditor is required and much more.
We’ve gathered together some relevant headline information on VAT, Corporation Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Council Tax, business rates and more. We’ll also point you to other relevant sources of information.
Make business planning a core activity for your management committee or trustees and your organisation will feel the benefit of clear planning and goal setting.
Organisational development is the name given to interventions that aim to help an organisation to grow and change, such as quality or performance improvement.
It should be straightforward for charities and voluntary organisations to buy or rent property, for their own use or as an investment, as well as to sell or lease property.
Your organisation can buy insurance to protect its money, people, property and reputation. Insurance is required by law if your organisation employs staff or operates vehicles on public roads.
Trading is an important source of funding for the third sector, but it can expose your organisation to risk. So before you decide to trade, you need to carefully consider a number of questions and take advice.