Posts Tagged: Charity Finance Directors’ Group

Valuing unsold charity shop stock won’t work

“Strategies are okayed in boardrooms that even a child would say are bound to fail. The problem is there is never a child in the boardroom” Victor Palmieri, American corporate turnaround specialist   A while ago an article on this site by Ray Jones of the Charity Commission observed that sometimes, in the pursuit of… Read more »

Charities should be more than an afterthought when politicians talk tax

Among the ideas in the Charity Finance Directors’ Group’s  election manifesto is one for establishing a review panel to scrutinise new legislation at an early stage and find out whether it will throw a giant spanner into the works of the charity sector. The benefit of this proposal is obvious: every time the Government introduced… Read more »