Sayer Vincent is not a typical firm of auditors and advisors - we are a firm based on ethical principles serving only not-for-profit organisations. What makes us different? Well, firstly, we are open about the fees we charge and ensure that we provide value for money. Secondly,our people have accumulated a wealth of business and charity experience over 30 years of operations. Thirdly, we go the extra mile. We work with your people to build their knowledge and skills so that we have a lasting effect.
We can work with you as advisers, facilitators, trainers, consultants and auditors. Come to a seminar, training course or conference to try us out.
Find out what it is like to work with Sayer Vincent - take a look at some of our case studies
What do our clients think about our service?
99% think we are approachable
98% find partners and staff easy to contact
98% feel we are good/excellent at meeting deadlines
97% feel our fees are fair and represent good value
97% think our communications are free of jargon
97% think our overall service is good/excellent
95% feel we deal with calls and queries promptly
95% rate the value of our reports as good/excellent
94% rate our client training as good/excellent
2012 client feedback findings
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Articles and Updates
Sayer Vincent has published its first Annual Review to show how we contibute to the not-for-profit sector and the work we have completed for charities in 2012.
Published in Charity Finance, Selecting an auditor for a charity suggests ways in which the selection process can be enhanced so that it is more effective and reduces the reliance on subjective feedback from the interview panel, and includes ten questions for trustees to ask when reviewing auditors.
VAT and capital works for hospices sets out the conditions for claiming zero-rating on buildings and equipment as well providing an overview of compliance issues such as the capital goods scheme.
An update to A Practical Guide to VAT for Charities covering legal changes and case law to March 2013 is now available