Accounting and Reporting by charities: An essential update

Summary

The charity sector in the United Kingdom (UK) and the Republic of Ireland (RoI) comprises a vast and growing segment of economic activity with substantial assets at its disposal. The growth in the size and influence of the sector, combined with a number of highly publicised scandals has led to increased sector visibility and public scrutiny in both the UK and RoI

Venue details:  
Belfast, The Linenhall, 32-38 Linenhall Street, Belfast
Start date & time:  
19 September 2019 09:30
End date & time:  
19 September 2019 13:00
Price: €86.13  (€81.82 Member price)
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Training ticket cost:  
3.50
CPD hours:  
3.50
Speaker details
First nameLast name
Ciaran Joseph Connolly

Description

Product type:  
CPD course
Category:  
Financial reporting

Who should attend?

All those involved in charity accounting and reporting, including trustees, charity accountants and practitioners.

Course overview

  • Early problems identified with charity reporting;
  • Development and evolution of the charity SORP;
  • Charity annual reporting requirements;
  • Type of accounts that a charity should prepare under charity law;
  • Major changes between SORP 2005 and the FRS 102 Charities SORP;

Key learning outcome

After attending this course, participants should have an appreciation of the:

  • early problems identified with charity reporting;
  • development and evolution of the charity SORP;
  • key changes between SORP 2005 and the FRS 102 Charities SORP; and
  • requirements of the FRS 102 Charities SORP, particularly with respect to the Trustees’ Annual Report (including impact reporting).