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HMRC guidance on Gift Aid for partnership donations has changed.
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Also: the ‘state of care’ report; and more...
New report calls for barriers to growth to be removed.
Awarding bodies develop products that attract IP rights such as syllabuses and module content. These are valuable assets.
You think charities don’t need trademarks? They do!...