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Charity pay study 2019: Who are the highest earners?

Charity pay study 2019: Who are the highest earners?

We've analysed the accounts of the UK's largest charities to find which ones are paying the most (members-only content)

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Charity property: could you be entitled to a huge VAT saving?

Charity property: could you be entitled to a huge VAT saving?

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When a property is being constructed, VAT is charged at the standard rate. But if you're a charity, health body, educational institution, housing association or finance house, the work may well fall into a category that justifies zero-rating - and you could make a massive saving

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