Sayer Vincent is a firm of chartered accountants that has been dedicated to charities and social enterprises for over 30 years. Through our tailored audit and advice services, we provide trustees and managers with the assurance that their charity is managing its resources effectively. As well as being commercial accountants, our team has an in-depth knowledge of the governance and management of charities and social enterprises. They can advise on a range of business activities to help your organisation achieve the best financial outcomes, always mindful of your objectives. Working with Sayer Vincent you will feel that you have extra people in your team.
 

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Find out what it is like to work with Sayer Vincent - take a look at some of our case studies

  • CSV
  • DEC 
  • Havens Hospices 
  • RIBA
  • Ambitious About Autism
  • UNICEF
  • Greenpeace
  • Freemantle Trust 

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April 2014 Newsletter

  • Budget news
  • Employment allowance – national insurance rebate of £2,000
  • Sayer Vincent is now an LLP
  • Financial Leadership Awards
  • LinkedIn Group – Charity Financial Leadership
  • Date for your diary – Charity Accountants’ Conference 2014

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Blogs

International staff safety and security

The safety, health and well being of staff is, quite rightly, a high risk area for any international development or humanitarian organisation (INGO) with staff based in insecure environments. (read more..)


Budget 2014 Commentary

A key area for charities is the consultation to be undertaken on planned measures to deter people taking advantage of charity tax reliefs. (read more..)


Preventing fraud

The incidence of fraud has been increasing and charities are no exception. (read more..)


Lessons learned from DfID due diligence

Organisations with a clearly articulated mission and
objectives are best able to meet the expectations of the Department for International Development’s (DFID) due diligence process on Civil Society Organisations (CSOs). (read more..)


Charity Accountants' Conference 2014

Another exciting conference is being lined up for 18-19th September in Bristol. Get the dates in your diary. Conference highlights include an opening plenary by Martin Brookes, Director of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation; a debate on the direction for charity tax policies and evening entertainment on 18th September with comedian (and former accountant) Fred MacAulay.  

Financial Leadership Awards

The 2014 awards are open for applications. Nominate your favourite charity finance professional - staff member, treasurer or volunteer. Closing date is 21 July 2014 and awards will be presented at the gala dinner at the Charity Accountants' Conference on 18th September.