Third Sector Seminar and Networking
About the Seminar
As the Third Sector comes to terms with a changing landscape of reduced funding, increasing competition and a growing scrutiny of how organisations are run many senior management teams and boards are faced with new financial and organisational pressures. This seminar includes presentations from an Accountant, Lawyer, and a Business Support and Insolvency organisation which will inform and update attendees on a range of subjects.
There will be opportunities for networking and to talk to the speakers individually after the presentations.
Date: Wednesday 23rd November 2016
Location: City Hub, 9-11 Peckover St, Bradford BD1 5BE
Time: 8:30am – 10:30am
Who Should Attend: Senior Management, Trustees or Directors of Third Sector Organisations
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0830 Arrival, Networking, Drinks and Breakfast Sandwiches
0850 Dealing with long term ill health and persistent absenteeism – Philip Paget
from Gordons LLP
0915 What to do when things don’t go to plan – Meg Heath from Walsh Taylor
0940 Tax efficient gifts to Charities – Chris Gumbley and Alison Whalley from
Dealing with long term ill health and persistent absenteeism – Philip Paget from Gordons LLP will speak about the approach managers should take to deal effectively with employee absence while maintaining a positive and productive working environment. It will consider the legal framework, it notes, common problems areas and pitfalls.
What to do when things don’t go to plan – Meg Heath from Walsh Taylor will provide practical options for organisations experiencing financial issues and will explain the responsibilities of the board. She will also provide information on processes that can be put in place to improve the monitoring of the organisations health.
Tax efficient gifts to Charities – Tax specialist Chris Gumbley and partner Alison Whalley from Naylor Wintersgill will provider a valuable insight into the most tax efficient ways to deal with various gifts to charities. This will include the possible use of a subsidiary charity structure to help with tax relief on trading income, dealing with VAT and the operation of Gift Aid relief. They will also cover tax effective Will drafting to reducing inheritance tax on a person’s estate if they are making gifts to charity, which could make gifts to charities even more attractive.