This is usually due to lack of funding available to employ people with the correct qualifications.
Most charities are funded with restricted grants and have to account for where the money is spent; this does not usually accomodate for being able to afford to employ people with finance as a primary responsibility.
This results in significant difficulties for small charities who struggle with the complexity of financial management on issues such as management of trading subsidiaries, the charity VAT regime and management of contracts. It can also leave them vulnerable to mistakes.
CFG have ideas about improving the standards of financial management in small charities, and would like to hear about ideas from others about what could be done to help small charities improve their financial management.
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How to Fund Housing Support and Social Care Services
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