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Category: Reserves

Inflation - what counts?

A parable on inflationary factors for charities.
21 Sep 2021

Whose money is it anyway?

Spend or save - who decides?
10 Jun 2021

Revenge tourism, safety, and the spectre of inflation

Now is the time when you want to have as much money as possible available to spend supporting people who might only dream of revenge tourism
8 Mar 2021

No one has ever become poor by giving

A few observations of charities during the extraordinary year that was 2020
13 Dec 2020

Selling the family silver

What good are reserves if you never use them when you need them?
27 Oct 2020

Is Total Return still too terrifying?

Now is the time to use some investment reserves
6 Jul 2020

Life after lockdown

Financial deficits are perfectly acceptable in charities so long as they are not structural
8 Jun 2020

Short of investment income? Some suggestions

Now is a good time to use all those years of excess capital gains and to keep spending through this hiatus
16 Apr 2020

Our charity view at two: five observations of charity finance

Our reflections on the common themes that have presented in our first two years in business
9 Jul 2019

The charity reserves conundrum

Three questions we believe Trustees should always be able to answer
13 Jan 2019

A fable of Aesop

And how the value of money depends not on its accumulation but on its use
9 Nov 2018

To save or spend: the Trustee's dilemma

Why Trustees are allowed to take risks with the charity’s future, so long as they have thought about it
30 Sep 2018

Does inequality exist within charities?

An overview of findings from three recently published industry reports
4 Feb 2018
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