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A round up of some specialist areas from Money Laundering to Charities and Community Amateur Sports Clubs.
It is often considered an honour to act as a trustee for a charity and an opportunity to give something back to the community. We outline the main responsibilities with a particular emphasis on accounting and audit requirements.
We consider the various responsibilities of being a Scottish Charity Trustee with particular emphasis on accounting and audit requirements.
Many local amateur sports clubs register with HMRC as Community Amateur Sports Clubs (CASCs) and benefit from a range of tax reliefs including Gift Aid. We consider the rules and their implications.
We consider the options available and their implications for both personal and corporate insolvency.
The key features of a Limited Liability Partnership.
Tough rules apply to tackle money laundering and the proceeds of crime. The rules affect a wide range of people and we consider how your organisation may be impacted.
We outline the procedures to be adopted with regards to the regulations aimed at preventing money laundering.
A social enterprise entity is a business with primarily social objectives. Any surpluses made are reinvested into the main principle of that entity (or into the community) rather than maximising profit for shareholders. We consider the various legal forms and which one will be the most appropriate.
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On 21 December 2021, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, unveiled a £1 billion COVID-19 fund, including cash grants of up to £6,000 per premises for each eligible firm.
HMRC has reminded self assessment taxpayers to declare any COVID-19 grant payments on their 2020/21 tax return.