The role of the Accounting Standards Board (ASB) is to issue accounting standards. It is recognised for that purpose under the Companies Act 1985. It took over the task of setting accounting standards from the Accounting Standards Committee (ASC) in 1990.
CIPFA is one of the leading professional accountancy bodies in the UK and the only one which specialises in the public sector. It is responsible for the education and training of professional accountants and for their regulation.
The ICAEW is the largest professional accountancy body in the UK with a large and active voluntary sector group. It is responsible for the education and training of professional accountants and for their regulation.
Futurebuilders England is the government backed £125 million investment fund to help the third sector deliver better public services.
The Charity Commission is established by law as the regulator and registrar for charities in England and Wales.
HMRC is responsible for collecting the bulk of tax revenue, as well as paying Tax Credits and Child Benefits, and strengthening the UK's frontiers.
The OCS has been set up to drive forward the Government's role in supporting a thriving third sector, and brings together sector–related work from across Government.
The Compact is the agreement between government and the voluntary and community sector in England to improve their relationship for mutual advantage.
Accountancy Age is the leading UK finance news and information title for accounting and finance professionals, with finance jobs, articles, events information, resources, the Top 50 accounting firms survey and more.
Launched in June 1997, AccountingWEB is the premier online information source and community for over 90,000 accountants in business and practice.
Essential weekly news for charity professionals.
Civil Society is a website and group of publications including Charity Finance Magazine, Governance Magazine and Fundraising Magazine
The Directory of Social Change, set up in 1975, aims to be an internationally recognised independent source of information and support to voluntary and community sectors worldwide.
The ImpACT (Improving Accountability, Clarity and Transparency) Coalition has committed to meet a number of principles, to promote six key themes through their work and success criteria on which progress can be judged.
Mango is a UK registered charity. Its mission is to strengthen the financial management of Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs). Mango's services help NGOs build trust with all of their partners by being accountable for the money they spend.
Acevo is the professional body for the third sector’s chief executives, with 2000 members. Our mission is to connect, develop and represent the sector’s leaders, in order to increase the sector’s impact and efficiency.
ACIE exists to provide support, training and professional qualifications for anyone acting (or wishing to act) as an Independent Examiner of Charity accounts.
The Association is the only member organisation dedicated to supporting registered charities that run shops, or are interested in running shops, as part of their fundraising activities. By pooling expertise and joining forces promote to common interests.
The Association was set up in the wake of the Charities Act 1992. It endeavours to maintain a ecumenical stance, and aims to provide a coordinated approach with its advice, which includes access to professional expertise.
The British Universities Finance Directors Group (BUFDG) is the representative body for finance office staff in the higher education sector in the United Kingdom.
We are an independent group with a common interest in promoting a greater understanding of investment related issues
The aim of CIAN is to assist its members in the effective discharge of their responsibilities and to promote the profession of internal audit in the voluntary sector, thereby helping charities to achieve their objectives more efficiently.
Community Accountancy is about helping the voluntary sector to manage itself well. The network exists to help develop, promote and support community accountancy services throughout the UK.
The Charities' Tax Reform Group (CTRG) has over 400 members of all sizes representing all types of charitable activity. CTRG was set up in 1982 to make representations to Government on charity taxation and it has since become the leading voice for the sector.
The Institute of Fundraising is the professional membership body for UK fundraisers, working to promote the highest standards in fundraising practice and management.
Founded in 1919, we are the largest umbrella body for the voluntary and community sector in England with sister councils in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The Scottish Charity Finance Directors' Group was launched in 1994 to provide a forum for those working in and concerned with all financial management aspects of charities and other voluntary organisations in Scotland. There are now over 140 members.
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