SORP training

Have you started reporting on the new SORP? In July 2014, the Charity Commission published key changes to the Charities SORP (Statement of Recommended Practice) affecting the way charities report on their activities.

Charities with 31 December year-ends will be the first to use the new framework when preparing their accounts and reports for the 31 December 2015. For charities with 31 March year-end, the 31 March 2016 is also rapidly approaching.

Transition to a new framework will inevitably present some challenges as accounting policies are reviewed, new ones applied and necessary adjustments are made to the opening balance from the transition date. Understanding these challenges, and the issues where difficulties may arise, is vital for a ‘pain-free’ transition to the new framework.

*Important notice - this course is for registered charities only.*

We do not currently have any dates scheduled for this course. If you would like to be the first to know when the new dates are available please email and let us know which course you are interested in attending. We are always trying to improve and develop our current training portfolio. If there is any other training that you would like to attend, but we are currently not offering it, please let us know and will give it our full consideration.

CFG is delighted to be working in partnership with Crowe Clark Whitehill to bring these essential courses to you.

Crowe Clark Whitehill


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