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Specialist Accountants for Charities in London
With the Charity Commission imposing certain demands, and with regulations changing frequently, there is an obvious need for specialist accounting and financial advice.
Based in London, Bourner Bullock specialist advisers can guide you through the maze, helping your organisation to save valuable time and resources.
From setting up a new charity to advising on complex tax and compliance issues, Bourner Bullock are here to help you. Our dedicated team of advisers can help to minimise the burden, allowing you to concentrate on meeting the core aims of your organisation.
We act for a wide range of charities, not-for-profit organisations and community interest companies. Our clients also include clubs and associations and other voluntary organisations.
Some of the areas where Bourner Bullock can help you include:
Are you looking for specialist advice in London and the surrounding area?
Whatever the size or nature of your charity, and whatever your requirements, the specialist team of advisers at Bourner Bullock can work with you to help your organisation meet its objectives.
Please contact Bourner Bullock, Charity Accountants in London, for more information on our services.
Highlights from our selection of charity services.
Charities are required to keep detailed financial records, file tax returns and submit to external scrutiny (dependent on size).
Gift Aid applies to any donation, whether regular or one-off, large or small, and is one of the most popular vehicles for tax-efficient giving to charities.
Before setting up a charity, there are numerous points to consider. For example, is creating a new charity the best way forward?
FIND OUT MORE about how Bourner Bullock can help you with:
Contact us and talk with a Partner at Bourner Bullock to open a discussion about your international accounting and taxation requirements.
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