Publications by mail order

The following books by Gareth G Morgan can be ordered directly from Kubernesis.  Click below for secure online ordering.

Charitable Incorporated Organisations is the only book purely concerned with the detail of this crucial new structure for charities.  Gareth Morgan has long been an advocate of CIOs and for this book he has delved into the legislation and regulations to produce an easily-understandable guide to the realities of setting up a CIO, running a CIO, or converting existing charities.  The book covers CIOs throughout the UK: CIOs in England and Wales, SCIOs (Scottish CIOs) and Northern Irish CIOs (when implemented).  There are extensive footnotes throughout for those who need details of the legislation and regulations. Published June 2013 and reprinted in 2016.  The content runs to 384 pages,  priced just £22.40 including P&P.  Please click the ‘Add to Basket’ button to order online (secure payment with any mainstream credit/debit card), or download an order form if you would prefer to send a cheque.

The Charity Treasurer’s Handbook provides a wide ranging introduction to charitable status and charity accounting, including financial management, presentation of accounts, audit/independent examination, and charity trading. The book has now been substantially updated once again and the 5th edition is published on 3 April 2017 – advance orders will be dispatched by the end of that week. Major updates in the 5th edition include: an extensive glossary (21 pages) explaining key terminology, changes to accounting under the Charities SORP due to withdrawal of FRSSE SORP, new charity accounting regulations for Northern Ireland, substantial changes to Gift Aid requirements and to the regulation of fundraising.  The book now runs to 254 pages. The price remains just £18.90 including P&P, with no increase for the new edition!  Please click the ‘Add to Basket’ button to order online (secure payment with any mainstream credit/debit card) or download an order form if you would prefer to send a cheque.

 

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