A third of charities' annual accounts are of unacceptable quality, regulator says

A third of charities' annual accounts are of unacceptable quality, regulator says

The Charity Commission has published two reports assessing how useful charity accounts are to users and whether they detail the activities carried out to further their purposes for the public benefit

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