Following its review of annual accounts submitted by 90 charities, OSCR has today highlighted one of its key findings relates to that of the Trustees’ Annual Report, with many failing to meet the legal requirements.

The guidance issued today highlights what a Trustees’ annual report is, who is responsible for it and what information needs to be included in it.

If you are in any doubt or just want a refresher, below is a link to today’s statement along with OSCR’s guidance:

How to prepare a good Trustees’ Annual Report

Trustees' Annual Reports: Guidance and good practice

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