Join us for our second webinar in our COVID-19 "Helping your charity make the shift to Revive and Thrive" series, which brings together some of our specialist charity advisors from across the UK, Sarah Case, John Howard and Mark Jackson, to help support your charity through the temporary lockdown period and beyond.
Our expert advisors will cover areas, including:
Planning effectively in today’s new normal - In this session we look at the concept of the one page plan and the steps to achieving robust planning without creating a doorstop of a business plan.
Board meetings and maintaining good governance - We will look at managing board meetings and an AGM in the midst of COVID-19, maintaining contact with members and other stakeholders, and looking at proposed changes to legislation intended to assist and relax some of the governance provisions at this time.
Getting the tax house in order - Scott Craig (Head of VAT) and Dave Hedges (Head of Employment tax) will share their experiences of the tax issues and opportunities associated with areas, such as post COVID employment tax matters, recovering VAT on the cost of refunds and the do’s and don’ts of VAT recovery.
This webinar will run for an hour and following the session, there will be the opportunity to ask our panel questions.
Thursday 25 June 2020
Format and timings
(There will be a Q&A session)
Link to Webinar
In the meantime, if you would like to discuss the webinar topic or would like to arrange a call with a member of the team to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on your organisation, please get in touch with your local Wilkins Kennedy contact.
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