Organisations in the charities and non-profits sector face a unique set of accounting challenges. SORP, the Standard of Recommended Practice, restricted and unrestricted fund accounting, partial VAT rules, financial appraisals and trustee reporting requirements all combine to make this sector one of the most complex in accounting terms.
As specialist charity accountants, we have deep experience in the charity, community interest companies and not-for-profit sector. A number of our Charity Accountants have even held senior accounting positions in major charities.
We have the skills, knowledge and insight necessary to take care of all your accounting and reporting needs to keep you compliant. We’ll also help your organisation control your budgets, forecast your income and deal effectively with your Trustees, should you require a more senior level of collaboration.
“Cambridge University Law Society are very happy with the services from Braant Accounting. They responded within maximum a couple of hours to every query, most responses were within the hour. Given how close to Christmas we contacted Braant, they were very willing to take on our work and complete it before New Years! In particular, Paul was extremely organised, and Paul even rang me for an hour on Christmas Eve to discuss the account – showing the commitment Braant have to helping their clients. The firm is very friendly and professional – could not recommend them more!”
We have the resources, the experts, the knowledge and experience to help your business grow. And with over 1,000 accountancy clients in the UK and London, the volume of our work allows us to share economies of scale with you.