Becoming an Honorary Treasurer
The Honorary Treasurer plays an important, but often unsung role in the life of any voluntary sector organisation. They help the trustee board to fulfil its obligation to provide financial oversight for the organisation.
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The Forum is open to all those who are currently or soon expect to be an Honorary Treasurer.
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The Forum was created to help Honorary Treasurers in the important work they carry out by providing a place where they can come together as a community, share expertise and promote best practice. We do this by:
- Organising regular meetings with
keynote speakers and networking opportunities
- Providing a source of helpful information through updates and briefings
- Carrying out research and producing relevant publications and
- Occasionally lobbying on behalf of Treasurers
Becoming an Honorary Treasurer is a rewarding experience
The role and responsibilities of an Honorary Treasurer and what valuable experience and skills finance professionals can gain from this position are discussed by Denise Fellows, Chief Executive of The Honorary Treasurers Forum.
The Charity FRS 102 SORP - update for smaller charities
27 March 2017 from 4pm at Kingston Smith
The Financial Reporting Standard for Smaller Entities (FRSSE) provided an interim solution for smaller organisations during the transition to the New FRS 102SORP. It was withdrawn on 1 January 2016 and therefore, for charitable year ends from 31 December 2016 onwards, all must comply with the FRS 102 SORP in full.As many charities begin to implement the New FRS 102 SORP for their first financial statements under the new regime, join Luke Holt from Kingston Smith as he provides an overview of the changes to be applied – both a look back at the changes from the old SORP 2005 to FRSSE and then also a look forward at the changes required when moving from the FRSSE SORP to FRS 102 SORP.
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