Commission unlikely to charge charities for filing accounts

Commission unlikely to charge charities for filing accounts

The Charity Commission's head of compliance monitoring, Neville Brownlee, reassured a public meeting this week that a portal for joint filing of a charitable company's accounts  with the Commission and Companies House is a “much more likely outcome” than charging charities fees to file their accounts with the Commission.

At the same meeting, the Commission's chief executive, Sam Younger, said that there would be more clarity about the future funding of charity sector regulation when the government responds in detail to the recommendations made by both Lord Hodgson and the Public Administration Select Committee in their Charities Act reviews, but there is little appetite for making charities pay for their own regulator


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