Not For Profit: Planning for every possible contingency

The big issue in the charity and not-for-profit sector is the current funding crisis, according to Turlough Mullen, partner at Grant Thornton.

29th September, 2012
Turlough Mullen of Grant Thornton.

The big issue in the charity and not-for-profit sector is the current funding crisis, according to Turlough Mullen, partner at Grant Thornton.

"Is there worse to come, how long will it continue, and will it ever return to the level it was at before the crisis began?" Mullen said. "Nobody has the answers to these questions, and each charity must make its own plans to deal with the uncertain future."

He said government funding cuts...

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