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CIPFA to launch charity finance online training

CIPFA's online solution on how to fulfil the accounting and reporting requirements of the Charity Commission for small or medium sized charitable organisations to be rolled out soon

A new online training solution for people involved in charity finance is to
be launched next month by CIPFA.

The toolkit is aimed at teaching the principles of financial stewardship and
improving financial skills, as well as giving advice on how to fulfil the
accounting and reporting requirements of the Charity Commission for small or
medium-sized charitable organisations.

Chris Harris, CIPFA Resources Director said: ‘The new CIPFA Charity
Accounting Toolkit will be invaluable for smaller charities and it will be of
huge help to those people who are becoming involved with charity accounting for
the first time.’

Developed by a team of charity accounting experts in conjunction with BPP
Learning Media, the new toolkit will be launched on 9 February.

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