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This is an increasingly competitive space. So it is beneficial to work with specialist charity accountants who can also bring a commercial perspective to the work that you do.
At Alliotts, we have compiled a team that harnesses the expertise of audit, accounts and tax specialists. There is also a great deal of knowledge – drawn from our work with a vast array of charities, from small local organisations, right through to national networks. Indeed, many of our team also hold voluntary or honorary posts in not for profit or community organisations. Experience that means we have a clear understanding of the issues you are up against – and know better than most how to help you combat them.
But there’s an added layer of expertise that will come in very useful in today’s competitive arena. Your team will also have experience of working with a broad array of corporate clients. And we find that our charity and not for profit clients value the commercial perspective we can bring to their organisations.
We can help you with:
Our way of working means you will have a dedicated partner. Someone who oversees every aspect of our service. Who is ‘au fait’ with your organisation and can add value to what you do.
We believe this is essential to understand your challenges fully. And provide you with the very best solutions to meet them head-on.
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Steve is highly experienced in providing advice and services to a wide range of not for profit clients. He is a trustee of a school charity group as well as a smaller local poverty relief charity and so really understands the challenges in the sector.
“Alliotts have been working with Kings Canterbury for more than 10 years now and Steve Meredith is absolutely exceptional in being so accessible and hugely knowledgeable. He has helped streamline our accounting and advised us on looking at practical things like stock levels, IT systems and operating modes. All this has saved us money. What I really appreciate too is the clarity of thinking and the fact that we don’t hesitate to pick up the phone and ask for advice. Top marks!”
Kings School, Canterbury
“Alliotts are professional, friendly and proactive in the right quantity. They give us strategic advice and make our systems more secure and our administration more structured and focused. They’re easy to approach and always willing to lend support and give advice. At the end of the day they’re very professional but also have a friendly family feel.”
Arthur Donaldson MBE, Trustee,
The Police Dependents Trust (Police Care UK)
Chris has many years’ experience advising privately owned and public sector organisations.
Chris provides ad-hoc advice alongside more traditional compliance audit, accountancy and tax services to clients ranging from owner managed business to UK subsidiaries through to international groups across a wide range of sectors, including property, media and leisure and hospitality.
With a keen interest in education Chris has worked with further education colleges since they incorporated in 1993 and latterly with academies and universities. He has worked with sector funding bodies as a member of their working groups as well as speaking at local and national events.
Sam has experience with a wide variety of Not for Profit clients including trade associations, sporting entities, livery companies, education bodies and charities, helping them with their accountancy and audit requirements.