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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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Governance Good Practice

Peter Cardy: The perils of moving into an open-plan office

Peter Cardy: The perils of moving into an open-plan office

Sector veteran Peter Cardy offers answers to your workplace dilemmas.

Peter Cardy: How can we cope with a tinkering chair?

Peter Cardy: How can we cope with a tinkering chair?

Sector veteran Peter Cardy offers answers to your workplace dilemmas

When good trustee boards go bad

When good trustee boards go bad

The signs of a failing board can be evident long before a crisis hits. Liam Kay looks at the common problems and the action charities can take

Paul Gathercole: Peer review can help strengthen your safeguarding policy

Paul Gathercole: Peer review can help strengthen your safeguarding policy

Clic Sargent and the Rainbow Trust Children's Charity have a mutually beneficial arrangement to scrutinise each other's safeguarding arrangements

Peter Cardy: They kept us in the dark. Should I resign?

Peter Cardy: They kept us in the dark. Should I resign?

Sector veteran Peter Cardy offers answers to your workplace dilemmas

'The tribunal provides an important window into charities'

'The tribunal provides an important window into charities'

A decade after the launch of the charity tribunal, Judge Alison McKenna tells Stephen Cook why she believes it continues to prove its worth

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