A fitness regime for charities

11 September 2015

Having spent most of my career as a Finance Director specialising in the non profit sector I know that the relationship with your auditors is a crucial one to get right. Having an effective audit that is carried out as efficiently as possible while asking the right questions is undoubtedly a key part of the package. But to get the best out of the relationship there ought to be scope for your auditor to provide additional services - while maintaining appropriate audit independence of course. The specialist non-profit team at MHA MacIntyre Hudson have come up with a helpful fitness campaign that covers six key areas that charities are likely to consider:

  • Fit and competent - governance reviews,
  • Fit and proper - tax reviews,
  • Fit and lean - finance function effectiveness,
  • Fit for consumption - financial reporting,
  • Fit for purpose - internal audit and
  • Fit for nothing - restructuring and recovery.

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