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New partnership will support UK conservation trust members

By April 9, 2021July 12th, 2023No Comments
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We’re delighted that our friends at CT: Accountants Advisers have renewed and increased their offer of free support to HTN members. You can now contact their team for 30 minutes of complimentary advice and guidance, on all topics they cover, including setting up trading subsidiaries. Have a read of their recent press release below:

“Accountancy firm CT: Accountants Advisers (CT) has announced a partnership agreement with the Heritage Trust Network to support its members in their efforts to restore and preserve the nation’s built heritage.  The membership of the Birmingham-headquartered Heritage Trust Network is made up of over 400 groups and trusts from across the UK. These include Manchester Transport Museum Society, Welsh Religious Buildings Trust and Castles of Scotland Preservation Trust.

Under the new partnership, members will have direct access to CT via a dedicated helpline for advice on accountancy issues related to conservation projects including VAT recovery, business plans, software packages, Gift Aid and setting up of trading subsidiaries.

Commenting on the new partnership agreement, Catriona Finnie, Corporation Tax Manager and Gift Aid specialist at CT said: “VAT, tax and other accountancy-related issues often have a significant impact on the viability of conservation projects. This new partnership builds on our 10 year association with the Heritage Trust Network, giving its members direct access to our in-depth expertise to ensure they maximise tax efficiency and reduce risk on the important work they are doing throughout the UK.”

David Tittle, CEO of Heritage Trust Network said: “We’re delighted to announce this partnership with CT: Accountants Advisers, a firm with a UK-wide presence as well as a strong track record in supporting charities and heritage groups. Accessing the firm’s expertise on business matters and key accountancy issues will be invaluable for many of our members as they rescue, restore and find new uses for historic buildings and spaces.”


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