Charity Accounts: A Practical Guide to the Charities Sorp

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A Practitioner's Guide to the Charities SORP (FRS102)
CURRENCY 5th Edition, June 2018

Andrew Pianca, FCA, Charity Trustee and former Chief Executive, Crowe Clark Whitehill
Greyham Dawes, FCA, Director – Non Profits, Crowe Clark Whitehill

Reviews of earlier editions
“a useful addition to the technical library of anyone involved with charity accounts” - New Law Journal

“comprehensive ... an ideal reference book ...” - Third Sector magazine

“the most in-depth analysis and review yet published” - Professional Fundraising magazine

“the most thorough and comprehensive contribution to date ... a brilliant read and ... an outstanding source for any independent examiner" - Association of Charity Independent Examiners newsletter

Charity Accounts is the definitive professional guide to best practice in public accountability for charities under the current UK and Eire Statement of Recommended Practice, 'Accounting and Reporting by Charities', and its related Regulations for England and Wales and for Scotland and for Northern Ireland.

Packed with practical information and advice on compliance with the UK sector’s regulatory regimes, Charity Accounts explains in depth what SORP(FRS102) requires for charities’ annual reporting and what that means in practice, including the Public Benefit disclosures expected by the Charity Regulators.

This new edition brings the reader up to date with the fundamental changes brought by the globally-based FRS102 as well as the relevant new requirements of the SORP’s related legislation.
Charity Accounts: A Practitioner's Guide to the Charities SORP is an invaluable resource for all charity trustees, treasurers and finance personnel, auditors, independent examiners and advising accountants, as well as lawyers with accounting expertise.