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CTG has over 500 members of all sizes representing all types of charitable activity. CTG makes representations to Government on charity taxation.
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Talentpledge is a social enterprise which matches business volunteers with good causes.
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TrusteeWorks gives non-profit and voluntary organisations access to a pool of potential trustees.
In this article we look at the numerous reports and policy papers surrounding tax reform.
Government updates guidance to reflect step 3 of the roadmap for easing restrictions.
Vaccination scheme had legitimate aims and that penalties and fines were proportionate.
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