Accounting and Bookkeeping for Charities in London
Charities are required to keep detailed financial records, file tax returns and submit to external scrutiny (dependent on size). Like any other business organisation, charities must also comply with the necessary tax rules and regulations set out by HM Revenue & Customs.
There are particular requirements for most charities to:
- Prepare charity accounts and an annual report
- Arrange an audit or independent examination (dependent on size)
- Submit an annual return, annual report and accounts to the Charity Commission (and, for limited company charities, to
- Maintain full and accurate accounting records
Charity accounts and audits are governed by a number of complex rules and regulations. That's why it is important to seek the support and advice of a firm of accountants specialising in the charities sector.
Whatever the size of your organisation, our charities experts will ensure that your accounts are prepared in the correct format, relieving the administrative burden and allowing you to concentrate on running your organisation.
The experienced team at Bourner Bullock can prepare the accounts on your behalf, thus ensuring that they meet the strict requirements of the Statement of Recommended Practice for Charities.
Working on behalf of a wide range of charities, Bourner Bullock are experienced in delivering bookkeeping services to voluntary organisations in London and beyond.
Our specialist charities team provide a full bookkeeping service and can advise you on what books and records are required. We will also work with you to set up internal systems, either using a computer or manually.
Where an organisation has electronic records, Bourner Bullock can interpret this data and then suggest appropriate strategies to help develop your charity.
To discuss your charity bookkeeping or accountancy issues, please contact the specialist charity team at Bourner Bullock in London.