The Charities Statement of Recommended Practice (SORP) has been updated as a result of recent amendments made to FRS 102, significantly changing the way Gift Aid and several other financial factors are accounted for.
A new study carried out by the British Business Bank suggests that one in three small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are struggling to realise their growth plans, due to a lack of understanding of small business finance.
Businesses in the UK have less than six months to prepare for important new payroll legislation which will shake up the requirements of employee payslips, it has been warned. From 6 April 2019, employers will need to provide all of their staff with ‘fully itemised’ payslips, which clearly break down how workers’ pay has been […]
Charity shop numbers have fallen for the first time in more than a decade, a new study has revealed.
A no-deal Brexit could have ‘catastrophic’ consequences for UK farming and prove to be a major setback from the food and drink sector, the National Farmers Union (NFU) has warned.
Almost four in 10 charities with incomes below £25,000 per annum are submitting inaccurate data, a new study has found.
Farmers and agricultural businesses are being urged to do their bit to cut down on ‘farm-to-fork’ waste, after Government statistics revealed that £13 billion worth of food was wasted in the UK in 2015.
A worrying new study suggests that almost three quarters (74 per cent) of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have not put any money aside to deal with a cyber attack.
The Charity Commission’s compliance work has resulted in over £25 million worth of charity income being officially accounted for, a new report has revealed.
The Government announced that new laws are being put forward to Parliament to support small businesses, against unfair contracts that stop them raising money from unpaid invoices.