- charity accounts
- The accounts of a charitable organization showing receipts (such as donations, grants, and fund-raising amounts received) and payments made (such as expenses, grants, and donations given). The specific regulations the charity will be required to conform to depend upon its legal form and its size. The Charities Act (1993) introduced a new accounting regime for charities.
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