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Charities invited to have their say on new draft international reporting standards for non-profit orgs
The first-ever draft guidance on international reporting standards for nom-profit organisations has been published as part of a project to develop global rules for charity accounting.
Humentum and the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) announced the release of the International Non-Profit Accounting Guidance, Exposure Draft 1 (INPAG ED1) at the World Congress of Accountants in India earlier this week. The guidance is the result of the International Financial Reporting for Non-Profit Organisations (IFR4NPO), a five-year joint initiative launched by both organisations in 2019.
INPAG aims to provide “greater clarity and consistency” for voluntary organisations on the financial reports they prepare.
The final guidance will consist of three parts that will each be followed by a four-month consultation period. The last EDs are expected to be released next year, with the full guidance due to be published in 2025.