Accountants for Charities.
Supporting charities achieve their aims and ambitions
We place a special emphasis on forming supportive relationships with our clients and know that charities are special. We genuinely understand – and care about – how they work. As well as being experienced professionals, we share the ethos which motivates many charity leaders. We have a wealth of experience in the charity sector, enabling us to advise, alert and guide you on relevant matters. Our aim is to help you with financial and taxation matters, so that you can devote more time and focus to the work which achieves your aims.
Not for profit accounting services
We can provide the following core services:
- External audit
- Independent examination
- Preparation of year end SORP compliant accounts
- Advice and training
We work with you to deliver these services in a way which suits you and because we hope to work with clients for years to come, we are always looking for ways to make our services practical and great value for money.
Where do you want to go?
Talk to one of our experts today. They’ll listen, ask smart questions, and start to identify ways JCS can support your mission.
“I can highly recommend JCS. They are approachable, knowledgeable and professional. They provide payroll and independent examination services to our charity. We have been thrilled with the work they have done and continue to do for us.”
Chloe Slinger, Operations Manager
St Barnabas Church, London, W14
“JCS are punctual, forensic, customer-focused and thorough. They challenge our organisation to improve practice and they enhance our financial competence.”
Bursar of The Congregation of the Passion of Jesus Christ
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