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Maximising security on your premises, using deterrents such as SmartWater and ensuring computer systems are secure can all prevent a theft occuring, says Wendy Cotton, a charity insurance expert at Markel
Managing the risks that come with renting a property can make the difference between a charity thriving or failing
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For a charity board, the absence of a finance expert is a drawback - but it can be overcome, finds Sam Burne James
Some publications already have charitable status as part of the broader activities of a charity, but one high-profile applicant has failed twice. Sam Burne James reports
The government has also dropped proposals to change the definition of a charity for tax purposes, writes Adrian Pashley
The regulator is also improving its transparency, writes Adrian Pashley
High-profile examples of charities such as Comic Relief (pictured) investing in products that conflict with their aims might have caused sleepless nights for trustees, but investments can also be a force for good, write Howard Pearce and David Russell
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